Getting StartedLast Updated: 2021-02-08
Welcome! We're so glad you've chosen to spend time with Grouparoo.
For a quick glance at what Grouparoo is and does, check out our Declarative Sync video:
See below for more information on getting your own instance setup and running.
The quickest way to see Grouparoo in action is try it locally with Node.js.
Assuming you have Node.js (v12+) installed, all you have to do to get started is:
# in a new directory npm install -g grouparoo grouparoo init . grouparoo start
You can also try the
grouparoo/omnibus docker image. This Docker image contains a number of popular Grouparoo plugins, including commercially licensed
@grouparoo/ui-enterprise package. You can trial this docker image for a 1-month period before contacting us for a license.
curl -L https://www.grouparoo.com/docker-compose --output docker-compose.yml docker compose up # wait for boot # visit http://localhost:3000
Like what you see?
Fantastic! Now, let's get Grouparoo running for you. There are a number of ways to run Grouparoo to fit your workflow. There are four steps to getting Grouparoo successfully running and deployed to production:
Follow those links or use the nav on the left to work your way through setting up Grouparoo.
Before you begin, it may be helpful to familiarize yourself with the core concepts from which Grouparoo operates.