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Try Orchestrate with Node + Bowery

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Try Orchestrate with Node + Bowery

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Want to try out Orchestrate.io’s amazing database without installing anything locally? We’ve added an Orchestrate image to make the process as simple as launching a new Bowery app.

Step 0: Download the Orchestrate Node.js example app

Orchestrate has an example Node.js app on Github. Click here to download it.

Step 1: Click “Add App”

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Step 2: Under image, select “Orchestrate.js”

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Step 3: Set up your app

Make npm install && node index.js your start step and point to the local folder that you downloaded in step 0 containing the app code.

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Step 4: Add your Orchestrate key to config.js

// config.js/
module.exports = {
  "db": "INSERT-YOUR-ORCHESTRATE-KEY-HERE"
}

Step 5: That’s it!

And that’s it! Once the app is provisioned, you’ll have a new machine with the Orchestrate Node.js library installed.

Check out Orchestrate’s post on their blog about running Node.js and Bowery

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