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  1. Ensure you have node and pnpm installed.
  2. After cloning the repository, run the following command. This will install all dependencies as well as build all local packages.
cd ./ui
pnpm install
  1. To start a development server, run pnpm start. now, your browser should already open automatically, and autoload http://localhost:3000. you can also manually visit it.
  2. To switch API, you can modify the ui/.env.development file and then re-run pnpm start. If you're just using it yourself, we recommend creating a .env.development.local file that defines the address of the api you're going to use.

Code conventions

  • Most important: Look around. Match the style you see used in the rest of the project. This includes formatting, naming files, naming things in code, naming things in documentation, etc.
  • We do have Prettier (a formatter) and ESLint (a syntax linter) to catch most stylistic problems. If you are working locally, you can run pnpm lint and pnpm prettier to fix most code formatting.
  • No runtime errors Before submitting the code, please ensure that there will be no errors when running locally. This will greatly reduce the workload of review.
frontend package structure
├── cmd
├── configs
├── ...
└── ui (front-end project starts here)
├── build (built results directory, usually without concern)
├── public (html template for public)
├── scripts (some scripting tools on front-end project)
├── src (almost all front-end resources are here)
├── assets (static resources)
├── common (project information/data defined here)
├── components (all components of the project)
├── hooks (all hooks of the project)
├── i18n (Initialize the front-end i18n)
├── pages (all pages of the project)
├── router (Project routing definition)
├── services (all data api of the project)
├── stores (all data stores of the project)
├── utils (all utils of the project)
├── plugins (UI Plugin Development & Debugging Directory)



  1. Ensure you have golang installed.
  2. After cloning the repository, run the following command for build.
go mod download
go run cmd/answer/main.go init -C ./answer-data
  1. Visit http://localhost to see the installation page and complete the installation.

  2. Run the following command to start the server.

go run cmd/answer/main.go run -C ./answer-data

Code conventions

We recommend that you follow uber's Golang Guidelines code style.

backend package structure
├── cmd (main binary)
├── configs (default configuration)
├── docs (swagger documentation)
├── i18n (International translation)
├── internal
├── base (Basic component without service attributes)
├── conf (Configuration)
├── constant (constant)
├── data (database/cache)
├── handler (request/response handler)
├── middleware (http middleware)
├── pager (Pagination)
├── reason (error reason key use to translator)
├── server (http server)
├── translator (translator for translate international)
└── validator (validator for validate request)
├── cli (binary commands)
├── controller (request handler controller for user)
├── controller_backyard (request handler controller for admin)
├── entity (all entity about database table)
├── install (installation related)
├── migrations (upgrade related)
├── repo (database/cache operations)
├── router (http router)
├── schema (request/response schema)
└── service (business logic)
├── pkg (tools or third party)
└── ui (frontend)