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README.md

Siameses

Site for Siameses SAC, representatives of Doulton ® Water Filters in Peru.

To set up a development environment, run

yarn install
yarn dev

If you wish to develop without populating the project with node_modules dependencies, there is a docker-compose.yml you can use, just run the following in the project's root

docker-compose up -d

Using any of the two previous methods, access the site on http://localhost:8080

To build the site on production, the preferred method is Docker. Run the following in the project's root. Note you need to have a valid .env file, you can bootstrap one from the existing .env.example.

docker-compose -f docker-compose.prod.yml up -d