# Starting our application

Follow these commands to run our application:

Copy $ cd scavenge $ starport serve Cosmos version is: Launchpad 📦 Installing dependencies... 🛠️ Building the app... 🙂 Created an account. Password (mnemonic): wheat wonder cherry please actor armed angry suggest square fringe confirm unusual equip access symbol visit cry hen one fat absorb stamp miracle alone 🙂 Created an account. Password (mnemonic): idea snack life aware merit rough end shadow pond tide sweet column visual report multiply bronze claw cry bamboo payment taxi glare process immune 🌍 Running a Cosmos 'scavenge' app with Tendermint at http://localhost:26657. 🌍 Running a server at http://localhost:1317 (LCD) 🚀 Get started: http://localhost:12345/

# Breaking down the starport serve command

From the output above, we can see the following has occurred:

  • Two accounts were created with the respective mnemonics (opens new window). Later on in this tutorial, you'll use them to log in and interact with your application.
  • Our Tendermint consensus engine (think of it as a database) is running at http://localhost:26657
  • A web server is running at http://localhost:1317
  • A landing page is running at http://localhost:12345

Before starting up our application, the serve command runs a build for our Cosmos SDK application as well as our Vue frontend.

The build process executed by starport serve is similar to running make install in the following Makefile.

Copy PACKAGES=$(shell go list ./... | grep -v '/simulation') VERSION := $(shell echo $(shell git describe --tags) | sed 's/^v//') COMMIT := $(shell git log -1 --format='%H') ldflags = -X github.com/cosmos/cosmos-sdk/version.Name=NewApp \ -X github.com/cosmos/cosmos-sdk/version.ServerName=scavenged \ -X github.com/cosmos/cosmos-sdk/version.ClientName=scavengecli \ -X github.com/cosmos/cosmos-sdk/version.Version=$(VERSION) \ -X github.com/cosmos/cosmos-sdk/version.Commit=$(COMMIT) BUILD_FLAGS := -ldflags '$(ldflags)' .PHONY: all all: install .PHONY: install install: go.sum go install -mod=readonly $(BUILD_FLAGS) ./cmd/scavenged go install -mod=readonly $(BUILD_FLAGS) ./cmd/scavengecli npm --prefix ./vue i --save npm --prefix ./vue run build go.sum: go.mod @echo "--> Ensure dependencies have not been modified" GO111MODULE=on go mod verify # Uncomment when you have some tests # test: # @go test -mod=readonly $(PACKAGES) .PHONY: lint # look into .golangci.yml for enabling / disabling linters lint: @echo "--> Running linter" @golangci-lint run @go mod verify

After building the application, the serve command initializes the application based on the information provided in the config.yml file:

Copy version: 1 accounts: - name: user1 coins: ["1000token", "100000000stake"] - name: user2 coins: ["500token"] validator: name: user1 staked: "100000000stake"

You can see we've defined two accounts to the genesis, user1 and user2, and have set up user1 as the validator for the node we're going to run.

This setup can also be performed manually using the scavanged and scavengecli commands, which are available after the application is built.

Copy #!/bin/bash rm -r ~/.scavengecli rm -r ~/.scavenged scavenged init mynode --chain-id scavenge scavengecli config keyring-backend test scavengecli config chain-id scavenge scavengecli config output json scavengecli config indent true scavengecli config trust-node true scavengecli keys add user1 scavengecli keys add user2 scavenged add-genesis-account $(scavengecli keys show user1 -a) 1000token,100000000stake scavenged add-genesis-account $(scavengecli keys show user2 -a) 500token scavenged gentx --name user1 --keyring-backend test scavenged collect-gentxs

If you want to run the application manually, you can run scavenged start to start your Cosmos SDK application.

Copy $ scavenged start I[2020-09-27|04:58:19.684] starting ABCI with Tendermint module=main I[2020-09-27|04:58:24.900] Executed block module=state height=1 validTxs=0 invalidTxs=0 I[2020-09-27|04:58:24.909] Committed state module=state height=1 txs=0 appHash=26BB4D82E1E3BCB98EC9EAFE7139D1551B96F5AD98D3A3AE904F42AF39D16DA6 I[2020-09-27|04:58:29.940] Executed block module=state height=2 validTxs=0 invalidTxs=0 I[2020-09-27|04:58:29.947] Committed state module=state height=2 txs=0 appHash=26BB4D82E1E3BCB98EC9EAFE7139D1551B96F5AD98D3A3AE904F42AF39D16DA6

In a separate terminal, you can also cd into the vue directory and run npm i && npm run serve to start your frontend app.

Copy App running at: - Local: http://localhost:8080/ - Network: http://10.0.0.92:8080/ Note that the development build is not optimized. To create a production build, run npm run build.

# Application

Let's run starport serve again, as it does additional hot reloading for our app out of the box. After this, we can navigate to localhost:12345 (opens new window), where we should see the following landing page:

This landing page re-iterates the fact that we have a web server, consensus engine, and frontend vue application running.

Let's visit our vue app at localhost:8080:

You can use this page to sign in using the mnemonics provided in your terminal, as well perform CRUD operations on your application.

Currently, it only contains the boilerplate application which lets you sign in, but will contain additional contents after you scaffold some types.

Since we didn't add any types, we will start defining them in the next section.