If you decided to give the Mobitor a try here is what you will have to do:
The Mobitor is split into two Git repositories. The mobitor-parent and mobitor-webapp repositories.
mobitor-parentcontains the plugins-api, the default plugins and the base module with some default implementations
mobitor-webappcontains the Spring Boot application that uses a released version of the base module. You only need to fork this repository to get the Mobitor running.
mobitor-webapprepository only contains a
vendorbranch. Once you forked this repository, create a master branch
git checkout -b masterand start adding your screen configuration files and settings in this branch. Updates and bugfixes to the Mobitor will be done on the
vendorbranch. These changes will have to be merged into your master branch from time to time.
application-<profile>.propertiesfiles need to be setup to contain user and authentication settings for the plugins. You can also enable or disable certain plugins that you don’t want to use. Have a look at the files included in the
mobitor-webapprepo to see whats available.
Compiling the Mobitor
To compile the Mobitor simply run the
mvn install command in the
mobitor-webapp repository. This will create an
executable jar you can run. Either by using the spring-boot:run maven plugin or using an IDE of your choosing.