Start the application, Webpack, and our job runner Sidekiq by running:
(This just runs
foreman start -f Procfile.dev, for notes on how to install Foreman, please see Other Tools)
If you run into issues while trying to run
bin/setup and the error message isn't helpful, try running
bin/rails s -p 3000. For example, you may need to
yarn install before starting the app.
If Sidekiq is producing errors similar to
No such file or directory - [SOME FILE], you may need to start Sidekiq by itself once to help it initialize itself fully. You can use the command
bundle exec sidekiq to do this.
If you're working on Forem regularly, you can use
alias start="bin/startup" to make this even easier. 😊
If you're using
pry for debugging in Rails, note that using
pry together works, but it's not as clean as
Here are some singleton commands you may need, usually in a separate instance/tab of your shell.
bin/rails server) -- this is mostly for notifications and emails:
bundle exec sidekiq
Current gotchas: potential environment issues with external services need to be worked out.