First things first: we're excited you want to install Dialtone locally as this most likely means you'll be contributing soon! Before you get to get started though, please make sure you've read our contributing docs.
The below instructions assumes a brand new build. If you've Node.js and NPM for other projects, please skip ahead.
Install Node & NPM
To run Dialtone locally, you must have Node and NPM (Node Packet Manager) installed. Click here to download Node. The recommended Node version is fine. NPM is included with Node. If you already have Node installed, you may move onto the next step.
Once Node finishes installing, ensure it is installed properly by typing the following command in your Terminal window:
You should see the following response:
Clone project repo
Download the repo to your machine:
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:dialpad/dialtone.git
git clone https://github.com/dialpad/dialtone.git
cd into the Dialtone directory:
Install Gulp & project dependencies
Dialtone uses Gulp to automate its various workflows. Run the following command to install Gulp and all other project dependencies:
npm run setup
You're now ready to build Dialtone! To build build, run
npm start. Once finished, visit