Set up your local development environment
- Make sure you have the following installed on your computer:
Go to the Node.js website and download the version that matches your operating system.
To test that you have Node installed, open a terminal window and run
node -v. You should see a version number in your terminal output, such as
There are a few options for installing Deno using the command line. Choose one that is relevant to your operating system from the Deno website.
To test that you have Deno installed, run
deno -V(including the capitalization) in your terminal. You should see a version number in your output.
Head to the Git website and download Git.
To test that you have Git installed, run
git --versionin your terminal. You should see a version number in the output.
- Install the Architect command line interface(CLI)
npm install --global @architect/architect
Or, if you prefer, you can install Architect into a local project:
npm init @architect ./myproject
- Set up production deployment with Begin
Sign up for a free account at Begin.com with your GitHub account to deploy with Git.
- Set up production development directly to AWS (Optional)
Architect is a completely open source project so you can deploy your projects directly to your own Amazon Web Services account anytime without Begin. In order to deploy to AWS, follow these getting started guides: