GRM add to Web site

Asked by Thomas Garrison on 2021-04-05

I've gone through a lot of the files, information, etc., even tried working with gourmet-svelte-master to see if I could figure out how to get the software to connect to localhost through my Web site.
With svelte, I was able to upload everything and get a blank page...because I could not find or know where to look for store.js which should be in the src folder. I could create the file, but I have no idea what the contents should be in that file.

I have no problem creating a db for the software, but I can't seem to find anything leading me to a file where I can include the url to the database I would create.
Is this possible?
I know it can be done with a network. But that's all within Windows. I'm trying to install the software in with my Web site (Joomla) - even if the software is completely independent.
Any thoughts?

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I'm running Gourmet svelte on netlify. Being a web app, it's not really the
intention that users install it independently though it should be possible.
You're welcome to try it out in its current state at
gourmetrecipemamager.com.

To run it on your own, you'll need a backend -- it's designed to run using
netlify lambda functions (which themselves run as aws functions) which then
make calls to a mongodb database. You could host all those yourself but I
haven't done that myself. I'm just running everything serverless as I
build. Netlify has dev tools which let you run the lambda functions in your
local dev environment.

Tom

On Mon, Apr 5, 2021, 6:25 PM Thomas Garrison <
<email address hidden>> wrote:

> New question #696403 on Gourmet:
> https://answers.launchpad.net/gourmet/+question/696403
>
> I've gone through a lot of the files, information, etc., even tried
> working with gourmet-svelte-master to see if I could figure out how to get
> the software to connect to localhost through my Web site.
> With svelte, I was able to upload everything and get a blank
> page...because I could not find or know where to look for store.js which
> should be in the src folder. I could create the file, but I have no idea
> what the contents should be in that file.
>
> I have no problem creating a db for the software, but I can't seem to find
> anything leading me to a file where I can include the url to the database I
> would create.
> Is this possible?
> I know it can be done with a network. But that's all within Windows. I'm
> trying to install the software in with my Web site (Joomla) - even if the
> software is completely independent.
> Any thoughts?
>
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