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DaSCH Applications and Libraries Monorepo

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This monorepo host different applications and libraries of the DaSCH Service Platform.

DSP-APP — Generic user interface of DaSCH Service Platform

This app is a simple user interface for the research data repository of the Swiss National Data and Service Center for the Humanities (DaSCH), which uses the DSP-API server application in the backend. It's a system for annotation and linkage of resources in arts and humanities.

DSP-APP implements DSP-JS-LIB to connect with DSP-API. DSP (DaSCH Service Platform) is a software framework for storing, sharing, and working with primary resources and data in the humanities.

DSP-APP is free software, released under GNU Affero General Public license.

User Quickstart

To try out DSP-APP you first need to start the backend DSP-API:

# go the dsp-api repository in a terminal and start the api
$ make init-db-test
$ make stack-without-app

# come back to this repository and start the app
$ npx nx run dsp-app:serve

Developer Quickstart

The monorepo is implemented using NX.

The most common commands are defined in package.json.

NOTE: You can install nx globally with npm install -g nx. If not, then all nx commands bellow need to be prefixed with npx.

nx npm
nx run dsp-app:test npm run test-local
nx run dsp-app:test --watch=false --browsers=ChromeHeadless npm run test-ci
nx run dsp-app:serve:test-server npm run start-with-test-server
nx run dsp-app:serve:dev-server npm run start-with-dev-server
nx run dsp-app:serve:ls-test-server npm run start-with-ls-test-server
nx run dsp-app:serve:staging-server npm run start-with-staging-server
nx run dsp-app:serve:0845-test-server npm run start-with-0845-server
nx run dsp-app:lint npm run lint-ci
nx run dsp-app:lint --fix npm run lint-local
nx run dsp-app-e2e:e2e npm run e2e
nx run dsp-app-e2e:e2e-ci --webdriver-update=false npm run e2e-ci
nx run dsp-app:build build
nx run dsp-app:build:production build-prod

IDE plugins


Further Documentation

User guide

for latest released version

Developer docs

for developers


If you would like to contribute to the development of the DSP-APP alongside us, please consult the general DSP contribution guidelines.

Documentation / User guidelines

We built the user guidelines and developer documentation with MkDocs. Get more information in the appropriate README.

Last update: February 12, 2021