To install dependencies, set up, and configure your application follow the latest instructions in the repository:
This screencast will walk you through cloning Jumpstart Pro's git repository, installing dependencies, and setting up your brand new application so you can easily merge updates from git.
Jumpstart Pro provides some useful configuration for making development easier.
bin/dev command to run your application's processes.
As usual, you'll need to run several processes in development.
rails server- duh. 😜
yarn run build:css- bundles CSS using Tailwind CLI and PostCSS
sidekiq- or whatever background worker process you have configured
These commands are defined in
Procfile.dev so they can be started and shutdown together.
You'll also need to make sure PostgreSQL, Redis, etc servers are installed and running externally.
Overmind and Foreman are process managers that start/stop the processes defined in
Procfile.dev. Overmind is the recommended option because it uses tmux, allowing you to join a process and interact with it. Foreman is unable to do this which means you cannot use binding.irb or pry like normal unfortunately.
brew install tmux overmind # or # gem install foreman
You can then run your application anytime with:
If you'd like to use Docker, we provide a
docker-compose.yml example configuration you can use as a starting point.