SunbirdED Portal

The Sunbird portal is the browser-based interface for the Sunbird application stack. It provides a web-app through which all functionality of Sunbird can be accessed.

Getting started

To get started with the Sunbird portal, please try out our cloud-based demo site at: https://staging.sunbirded.org​

Table of contents

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Prerequisites

System Requirements
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Operating System
MAC OS X 10.0 and above/Linux Windows (not verified). Take it with your own expertise(no community support but open for contribution).
RAM
> 6 Gb
CPU
2 cores, >2 GHz
Software dependencies
Text
​Node​
> 14.x.x (Install the latest release of LTS version)
​Angular CLI​
> 11.x.x (Install the latest Angular CLI version)
​yarn​
Latest version of yarn: npm install --global yarn
​nodemon​
Latest version of nodemon: npm install -g nodemon

Project Setup

  1. 1.
    Clone project
    git clone https://github.com/Sunbird-Ed/SunbirdEd-portal.git
    Note: Stable versions of the sunbird portal are available via tags for each release, and the master branch contains latest stable release. For latest stable release refer​
  2. 2.
    Install required dependencies
    1. 1.
      Sunbird portal or web application
      1. 1.
        $ cd {PROJECT-FOLDER}/src/app/client
      2. 2.
        $ yarn install
    2. 2.
      Sunbird services stack or the backend API interface
      1. 1.
        $ cd {PROJECT-FOLDER}/src/app
      2. 2.
        $ yarn install
  3. 3.
    Configuring the Environment and Services Stack
    Configure the following system environment variables in the terminal which you have opened
    | Environment Variable | Value | Data Type |
    | :------------------------ | ------- | --------- |
    | sunbird_environment | local | string |
    | sunbird_instance | sunbird | string |
    | sunbird_default_channel | sunbird | string |
    | sunbird_default_tenant | sunbird | string |
    The initialization of these environmental variables can take place in a common place like in your .bashrc or .bash_profile
  4. 4.
    Edit the Application Configuration
    Open <PROJECT-FOLDER>/src/app/helpers/environmentVariablesHelper.js in any available text editor and update the contents of the file so that it contains exactly the following values
    module.exports = {
    // 1. LEARNER_URL
    LEARNER_URL: env.sunbird_learner_player_url || <'https://<host for adopter's instance>',
    // 2. CONTENT_URL
    CONTENT_URL: env.sunbird_content_player_url || <'https://<host for adopter's instance>',
    // 3. CONTENT_PROXY
    CONTENT_PROXY_URL: env.sunbird_content_proxy_url || <'https://<host for adopter's instance>',
    PORTAL_REALM: env.sunbird_portal_realm || 'sunbird',
    // 4. PORTAL_AUTH_SERVER_URL
    PORTAL_AUTH_SERVER_URL: env.sunbird_portal_auth_server_url || <'https://<host for adopter's instance>',
    PORTAL_AUTH_SERVER_CLIENT: env.sunbird_portal_auth_server_client || "portal",
    ...
    PORTAL_PORT: env.sunbird_port || 3000,
    // 5. PORTAL_API_AUTH_TOKEN
    PORTAL_API_AUTH_TOKEN: env.sunbird_api_auth_token || User generated API auth token
    ...
    // 6. PORTAL_ECHO_API_URL
    PORTAL_ECHO_API_URL: env.sunbird_echo_api_url || '',
    ...
    }
    These are the mandatory keys required to run the application in Local environment. Please update them with appropriate values in <PROJECT-FOLDER>/src/app/helpers/environmentVariablesHelper.js
    | Environment Variable | Data Type | Description |
    | :-------------------------------------| ---------- | ------------------------------------- |
    | sunbird_azure_account_name | string | Azure account Name |
    | sunbird_azure_account_key | string | Azure Account Key |
    | sunbird_aws_region | string | Region for AWS account |
    | KONG_DEVICE_REGISTER_ANONYMOUS_TOKEN | boolean | Flag value to allow anonymous user |
    | sunbird_anonymous_device_register_api| string |The API for registering anonymous device|
    | sunbird_anonymous_register_token | string | Token to register anonymous device |
    | SB_DOMAIN | string | The host for Sunbird Environment |
    | PORTAL_API_AUTH_TOKEN | string | User generated API auth token |
    Once the file is updated with appropriate values, then you can proceed with running the application

Running Application

  1. 1.
    Sunbird portal or web application
    1. 1.
      Run the following command in the {PROJECT-FOLDER}/src/app/client folder
    2. 2.
      $ ng build --watch=true
    3. 3.
      Wait for the build process to complete before proceeding to the next step
  2. 2.
    Sunbird services stack or the backend API interface
    1. 1.
      Run the following command in the {PROJECT-FOLDER}/src/app folder
    2. 2.
      $ npm run server
  3. 3.
    The local HTTP server is launched at http://localhost:3000

Project Structure

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├── Sunbirded-portal
| ├── /.circleci #
│ | └── config.yml # Circleci Configuration file
| ├── /experiments # -|-
| ├── /src/app # Sunbird portal or web application
│ | ├── /client # -|-
│ | | └── src # -|-
│ | ├── /helpers # Helpers and Service file
│ | ├── /libs # Sunbird utilities
│ | ├── /proxy # Redirection to respective services
│ | ├── /resourcebundles # Language resources
│ | ├── /routes # Sunbird Backend Routes
│ | ├── /sunbird-plugins # Sunbird plugins for editors
│ | ├── /tests # Test case scripts for helpers and routes
│ | ├── framework.config.js # Default framework configuration
│ | ├── gulp-tenant.js # -|-
│ | ├── gulpfile.js # Gulp build configuration
│ | ├── package.json # Contains Node packages as specified as dependencies in package.json
│ | └── server.js # Main application program file / entry file for Sunbird services stack or the backend API interface
└───└── .gitignore # git configuration to ignore some files and folder

Testing

  1. 1.
    Sunbird portal or web application
    1. $ cd {PROJECT-FOLDER}/src/app/client
    2. $ npm run test
    3. With Coverage $ npm run test-coverage
  2. 2.
    Sunbird services stack or the backend API interface
    1. $ cd {PROJECT-FOLDER}/src/app
    2. $ npm run backend-test
    3. With Coverage $ npm run backend-test-with-coverage