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Prerequisites: please note that Vorlon.js doesn't work for now with Node v18, please use v16 until we fix it.
Learn everything you need to about Vorlon.js 0.1.0 in this video
Install and run the Vorlon.JS server from npm:
$ npm i -g vorlon $ vorlon
If you are on a mac
$ sudo npm i -g vorlon $ sudo vorlon
You may receive an error from npm during installation about Python, node-gyp and socket.io. You can ignore this error as it is related to an optional module. Socket.io team is already aware of this issue.
Once Vorlon.JS is done installing, you can now run the server:
$ vorlon The Vorlon server is running
With the server is running, open
http://localhost:1337 in your browser to see the Vorlon.JS dashboard.
The last step is to enable Vorlon.JS by adding this script tag to your app:
Now when you open your app you should see your client appear on the dashboard.
(See this as another way to install the Vorlon.js server)
You could also download the desktop version of Vorlon. It is a standalone executable working on Windows and MacOS (Linux version is coming soon).
Vorlon desktop is built using the awesome Github Electron.