Source-code can be found at https://github.com/brocaar/lora-app-server.
The easiest way to get started is by using the provided docker-compose environment. To start a bash shell within the docker-compose environment, execute the following command from the root of this project:
docker-compose run --rm appserver bash
It is possible to build LoRa App Server without Docker. However this requires to install a couple of dependencies (depending your platform, there might be pre-compiled packages available):
Make sure you have Go installed (1.10+) and that the LoRa
App Server repository has been cloned to
Make sure you have a recent version of Node.js installed, as Node.js is used to compile the front-end code.
Install the C++ implementation of protocol buffers and Go support by following the GO support for Protocol Buffers installation instructions.
A few example commands that you can run:
# install all requirements make dev-requirements requirements ui-requirements # cleanup workspace make clean # generate the API source-code (run this after changing the .proto files) make api # run the tests make test # compile (this will also compile the ui and generate the static files) make build # compile snapshot builds for supported architectures (this will also compile the ui and generate the static files) make snapshot