If so you can use our pre-built self-containing binaries for macOS and Linux at getca.st
You can get Node.js via your favourite package manager.
We require Node.js 6.0 or higher as we make use of ES6 features. Debian-based distributions can get this via deb.nodesource.com. If you are unable to get this version on your system remove
sudo apt-get install nodejs
If you're a Windows or Mac user, you can get it on nodejs.org.
The recommended way to get Cast's source code is by cloning our Git repository.
git clone https://github.com/Innovate-Technologies/Cast.git
If you are unable to do so, you can also download Cast with a ZIP file.
Before you can use Cast, you need to create a configuration file for it.
An example configuration file is provided in the repository. Simply copy
config.json. Open it in your favourite text editor and edit the details as needed.
As suggested by the name, the configuration file must be valid JSON. More about this can be found under Configuring Cast.
Just open your terminal, go to the folder where Cast is and type
npm install when you use Cast for the first time. This will fetch all required dependencies.
cd Cast npm install
When that is done, you can start Cast with
node server.js (or
nodejs server.js if you didn't install the
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