Naturally the application is separated into a client, which uses React as a framework. The server implements the
@lumieducation/h5p-serverusing Express. You are not bound to using React or Express in your own application, as
@lumieducation/h5p-serveris framework agnostic.
Check out the architecture overview that describes which parts of the application are provided by which package:
- This repository contains all the components in purple boxes.
- The green parts come from one of the server-side packages of
@lumieducation/h5p-serveris also a dev dependency of the client, this is only the case to use the TypeScript interface definitions exported by it. The dependency (which can be rather large) is only required at build time and not at runtime.
- The red parts are React components that can be found in the package
@lumieducation/h5p-react. The React components wrap around the web components from
download-core.sh. They must be served as static files by the server and are added to the page by the web components as needed.
- 1.Clone the repository
npm installin the root. This will install all dependencies of the example packages and internally link the packages inside the monorepo with symlinks (lerna).
npm startfor the server. (Must be up and running before you start the client!)
npm startfor the client (the server must still be running).
- 5.A browser should open on http://localhost:3000. If there is an error, you have to reload the the page, as the server might not be fully initialized yet.
This work obtained financial support for development from the German BMBF-sponsored research project "lea.online -" (FKN: 41200147).
Read more about them at the following websites:
- lea.online Blog (German) - blogs.uni-bremen.de/leaonline
- University of Bremen - https://www.uni-bremen.de/en.html
- BMBF - https://www.bmbf.de/en/index.html