Front-end infrastructure and code to complement mozilla/addons-server
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Addons-frontend 🔥

Front-end infrastructure and code to complement mozilla/addons-server.

Security Bug Reports

This code and it’s associated production website are included in Mozilla’s web and services bug bounty program. If you find a security vulnerability, please submit it via the process outlined in the program and FAQ pages. Further technical details about this application are available from the Bug Bounty Onramp page.

Please submit all security-related bugs through Bugzilla using the web security bug form.

Never submit security-related bugs through a Github Issue or by email.

Requirements

  • Node 4.x LTS
  • npm 3.x

The easiest way to manage multiple node versions in development is to use nvm.

Get started

  • npm install
  • npm run dev

NPM scripts for development

Generic scripts that don't need env vars. Use these for development:

Script Description
npm run dev:admin Starts the dev server (admin app)
npm run dev:amo Starts the dev server (amo)
npm run dev:disco Starts the dev server (discovery pane)
npm run eslint Lints the JS
npm run stylelint Lints the SCSS
npm run lint Runs all the JS + SCSS linters
npm run version-check Checks you have the minimum node + npm versions
npm test Runs the unittest, servertests + lint
npm run unittest Runs just the unittests
npm run unittest:dev Runs the unittests and watches for changes
npm run unittest:server Starts a unittest server for use with unittest:run
npm run unittest:run Executes unittests (requires unittest:server)
npm run servertest Runs the servertests

Running tests

You can run the entire test suite with npm test but there are a few other ways to run tests.

Run all unit tests in a loop

You can use npm run unittest:dev to run all unit tests in a loop while you edit the source code.

Run a subset of the unit tests

If you don't want to run the entire unit test suite, first you have to start a unittest server:

npm run unittest:server

When you see "Connected on socket," the server has fully started.

Now you can execute a more specific mocha command, such as using --grep to run only a few tests. Here is an example:

npm run unittest:run -- --grep=InfoDialog

This would run all tests that either fall under the InfoDialog description grouping or have InfoDialog in their behavior text.

Any option after the double dash (--) gets sent to mocha. Check out mocha's usage for ideas.

Code coverage

The npm run unittest command generates a report of how well the unit tests covered each line of source code. The continuous integration process will give you a link to view the report. To see this report while running tests locally, type:

open ./coverage/index.html

Configuring for local development

The dev scripts above will connect to a hosted development API by default. If you want to run your own addons-server API or make any other local changes, just add a local configuration file for each app. For example, to run your own discovery pane API, first create a local config file:

touch config/local-development-disco.js

Be sure to prefix the file with local-development- so that it doesn't pollute the test suite. Here's what local-development-disco.js would look like when overriding the apiHost parameter so that it points to your docker container:

module.exports = {
  apiHost: 'http://olympia.dev',
};

When you start up your front-end discover pane server, it will now apply overrides from your local configuration file:

npm run dev:disco

Consult the config file loading order docs to learn more about how configuration is applied.

Building and running services

The following are scripts that are used in deployment - you generally won't need unless you're testing something related to deployment or builds.

The env vars are:

NODE_APP_INSTANCE this is the name of the app e.g. 'disco' NODE_ENV this is the node environment. e.g. production, dev, stage, development.

Script Description
npm run start Starts the express server (requires env vars)
npm run build Builds the libs (all apps) (requires env vars)

Example: Building and running a production instance of the admin app:

NODE_APP_INSTANCE=admin NODE_ENV=production npm run build && npm run start

Overview and rationale

This project will hold distinct front-ends e.g:

  • Editors' admin/search tool
  • Discovery Pane
  • and beyond...

We've made a conscious decision to avoid "premature modularization" and keep this all in one repository. This will help us build out the necessary tooling to support a universal front-end infrastructure without having to worry about cutting packages and bumping versions the entire time.

At a later date if we need to move things out into their own project we still can.

Core technologies

  • Based on Redux + React
  • Code written in ES2015+
  • Universal rendering via node
  • Unit tests with high coverage (aiming for 100%)

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