Set up a development environment

The first low-code tutorial introduces development tools and establishes our workflow for making code changes to the Sharetribe Template.

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Written by Thomas Rocca
Updated over a week ago

This is the first tutorial in the low-code development series. Follow along to learn how to set up your development tooling and the Sharetribe Web Template codebase for making custom code changes.

Chapters

  1. Install a code editor (00:34)

  2. Install and configure development tooling (Git, Node.js, and Yarn) (01:05)

  3. Clone the Sharetribe Web Template repository (04:10)

  4. Set up the necessary environment variables (06:19)

  5. Set up a remote repository (08:19)

Resources used in this video

Commands used in this video

Check package versions

node -v
git -v
yarn -v

Template installation and configuration

yarn install
yarn run config

Run the template on your computer

yarn run dev

Check current remote repositories

git remote -v

Rename the existing remote

git remote rename origin upstream

Add your own remote

git remote add origin https://github.com/your-github-account/the-name-of-your-new-repo.git
git push origin main

Additional developer documentation

More information on setting up your development environment can be found in Sharetribe's Developer Documentation site. We recommend:

Next

The next video tutorial shows how to deploy the Sharetribe Web Template to the web by using Render. Click here to go to this tutorial.

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