Install GrouparooLast Updated: 2021-02-08
When you're ready to get your own instance of Grouparoo running, the first step is to install it locally. This will enable you to configure it properly before deploying to production.
If you just want to try Grouparoo, see our Getting Started Guide.
Configuring your Grouparoo Project starts by making a new
git repository in a new directory. You then can use the
grouparoo cli tool to initialize a new project.
If you have Node.js (v12+) installed, initializing a new Grouparoo project is as simple as:
# in a new directory npm install -g grouparoo grouparoo init . grouparoo config # start configuring your Grouparoo instance grouparoo run # run your Grouparoo instance once is it configured
Read our guide for setting up Grouparoo locally with Node.js.Get Started with Node.js