6.1. Fauxton Setup¶
Fauxton is included with CouchDB 2.0, so make sure CouchDB is running, then go to:
You can also upgrade to the latest version of Fauxton by using npm:
$ npm install -g fauxton $ fauxton
(Recent versions of node.js and npm are required.)
6.1.1. Fauxton Visual Guide¶
- You can find the Visual Guide here:
6.1.2. Development Server¶
Recent versions of node.js and npm are required.
Using the dev server is the easiest way to use Fauxton, specially when developing for it:
$ git clone https://github.com/apache/couchdb-fauxton.git $ npm install && npm run dev
6.1.3. Understanding Fauxton Code layout¶
Each bit of functionality is its own separate module or addon.
All core modules are stored under app/module and any addons that are optional are under app/addons.
We use backbone.js and Backbone.layoutmanager quite heavily, so best to get an idea how they work. Its best at this point to read through a couple of the modules and addons to get an idea of how they work.
Two good starting points are app/addon/config and app/modules/databases.
Each module must have a base.js file, this is read and compile when Fauxton is deployed.
The resource.js file is usually for your
Backbone.Collections, view.js for your
The routes.js is used to register a url path for your view along with what layout, data, breadcrumbs and api point is required for the view.
220.127.116.11. ToDo items¶
Checkout JIRA or GitHub Issues for a list of items to do.