datawheel-canon
Reusable React environment and components for creating visualization engines.
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datawheel-canon

Reusable React environment and components for creating visualization engines.

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Setup and Installation

datawheel-canon is published on NPM, and should be installed just like any other node package. After creating a package.json file (try npm init), install datawheel-canon like this:

npm i datawheel-canon

Once installed, run the following command to create some initial scaffolding:

node node_modules/datawheel-canon/bin/setup.js

Now that the necessary files are in place, simply run npm run dev to spin up the development server.

If you encounter an error that causes the node server to keep running in the background, the following command should kill the process:

kill -9 $(ps aux | grep datawheel-canon/bin/server.js | grep -v grep | awk '{print $2}')

Deployment

Deploying a site with canon is as easy as these 2 steps:

  • npm run build to compile the necessary production server and client bundles
  • npm run start to start an Express server on the default port

Localization

In order to enable localization for a datawheel-canon site, you must first define the available languages as an environment variable:

export CANON_LANGUAGES="en,es"

Next, any component that needs access to localized text needs to be wrapped in the react-i18next translate function:

import React, {Component} from "react";
import {Link} from "react-router";
import {translate} from "react-i18next";

class Nav extends Component {

  render() {

    const {t} = this.props;

    return (
      <nav>
        <Link href="/about">{ t("nav.about") }</Link>
        { t("nav.welcome", {name: "Dave"}) }
      </nav>
    );

  }
}

export default translate()(Nav);

When a component is wrapped with translate, it will have access to a function named t inside it's props. This function is what handles fetching the appropriate translation, and also allows us to scrape an entire project to locate every string that needs translation. When you are ready to start populating translations, simply run npm run locales.

datawheel-canon will search your entire codebase for any component using the t( ) function. Translations are stored in JSON files in a locales/ folder in the root directory. In this example, running the script would produce the following file structure:

locales/
├── en/
│   ├── [project-name]_old.json
│   └── [project-name].json
└── es/
    ├── [project-name]_old.json
    └── [project-name].json

Translations that are in use are stored in a JSON file, while translations that were previously in use (from the last time the script was run) but are no longer in use are stored in the file suffixed _old. While running the script, any existing translations will be kept as is, so there is no need to worry about overwriting previous translations.

Since this is our first time running the scraper, both language's translation files will look like this:

{
  "nav": {
    "about": "",
    "welcome": ""
  }
}

If you look at your site in this state, now strings will be displayed in the components because their translation values are empty! A filled in translation file would look like this:

{
  "nav": {
    "about": "About",
    "welcome": "Welcome back {{name}}!"
  }
}

Notice the second string contains a variable surrounded by two sets of curly brackets. This is the notation for passing variable to translated strings, and is crucial in creating mad-libs style text.

Additionally, to set the default language used in the site on first visit, set the following environment variable (default is "en"):

export CANON_LANGUAGE_DEFAULT="es"

Header/Meta Information

All tags inside of the <head> of the rendered page are configured using Helmet. If a file is present at app/helmet.js, the Object it exports will be used as the configuration. This file can use either ES6 or node style exports, but if you import any other dependencies into that file you must use node's require syntax.

Here is an example configuration, as seen in this repo's sample app:

export default {
  link: [
    {rel: "icon", href: "/images/favicon.ico?v=2"},
    {rel: "stylesheet", href: "https://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Work+Sans:300,400,500,600,700,900"}
  ],
  meta: [
    {charset: "utf-8"},
    {"http-equiv": "X-UA-Compatible", "content": "IE=edge"},
    {name: "description", content: "Reusable React environment and components for creating visualization engines."},
    {name: "viewport", content: "width=device-width, initial-scale=1"},
    {name: "mobile-web-app-capable", content: "yes"},
    {name: "apple-mobile-web-app-capable", content: "yes"},
    {name: "apple-mobile-web-app-status-bar-style", content: "black"},
    {name: "apple-mobile-web-app-title", content: "Datawheel Canon"}
  ],
  title: "Datawheel Canonical Design"
};

Page Routing

All page routes need to be hooked up in app/routes.jsx. This filename and location cannot be changed, as the internals of datawheel-canon rely on it's presence. For linking between pages, use the react-router <Link> component:

import {Link} from "react-router";
...
<Link to="/about">About Page</Link>

When linking to an anchor ID on the current page, use the <AnchorLink> component exported by canon to enable a silky smooth scrollto animation:

import {AnchorLink} from "react-router";
...
<AnchorLink to="economy">Jump to Economy</AnchorLink>
...
<a id="economy" href="#economy">Economy Section</a>

If needing to modify the page location with JavaScript, you must use the current active router passed down to any component registered in app/routes.jsx. In the past, it was possible to use the browserHistory object exported from react-router, but as more advanced routing features have been added to canon, it is now necessary to use the inherited live instance. This live instance is available as this.props.router, and can be passed down to any children needing it (either through props or context). Here is an example usage:

import React, {Component} from "react";

class Tile extends Component {

  onChangePage() {
    const {router} = this.props;
    router.push("new-route");
  }

  onChangeQuery() {
    const {router} = this.props;
    router.replace("current-route?stuff=here");
  }

}

Notice the different usage of push and replace. Pushing a new URL to the router effects the push/pop history of the browser (so back and forward buttons work), which replacing the URL simply updates the value without effecting the browser history.


Redux Store

Default values can be added to the Redux Store by creating a file located at app/store.js. This file should export an Object, whose values will be merged with the defaul store. This file can use either ES6 or node style exports, but if you import any other dependencies into that file you must use node's require syntax.

Here is an example:

export default {
  countries: ["nausa", "sabra", "aschn"]
};

User Management

By setting the following environment variables:

export CANON_DB_NAME="XXX"
export CANON_DB_USER="XXX"
export CANON_DB_HOST="XXX"
export CANON_DB_PW="XXX"
export CANON_LOGINS=true

datawheel-canon will automatically instantiate a "users" table in the specified database to enable full user management. At this point, all that is needed in your application is to use the Login and Signup components exported by datawheel-canon:

import {Login, SignUp} from "datawheel-canon";

These two components can either be used directly with a Route, or as children of other components. They are simple forms that handle all of the authentication and errors. If you would like to change the page the user is redirected to after logging in, you can override the default "redirect" prop:

<Login redirect="/profile" />

If a false value is provided as a redirect, the redirect will be disabled and you must provide you own detection of the state.auth.user object in the redux store.

NOTE: If also using social logins, the CANON_SOCIAL_REDIRECT environment variable needs to be set in order to change those redirects.

Loading User Information

Once login/signup forms have been set up, any component that needs access to the currently logged in user needs to dispatch an action to request the information. Ideally, this logic happens in app/App.jsx so that anyone can access the user from the redux store:

import React, {Component} from "react";
import {connect} from "react-redux";
import {Canon, isAuthenticated} from "datawheel-canon";

class App extends Component {

  componentWillMount() {
    this.props.isAuthenticated();
  }

  render() {

    // use this auth object (auth.user) to selectively show/hide components
    // based on whether user is logged in or not
    const auth = this.props.auth;
    console.log(auth);

    return (
      <Canon>
        { auth.user ? `Welcome back ${auth.uesr.username}!` : "Who are you!?" }
        { auth.loading ? "Loading..." : this.props.children }
      </Canon>
    );

  }

}

const mapStateToProps = state => ({
  auth: state.auth
});

const mapDispatchToProps = dispatch => ({
  isAuthenticated: () => {
    dispatch(isAuthenticated());
  }
});

export default connect(mapStateToProps, mapDispatchToProps)(App);

Privacy Policy and Terms of Service

In order to force new users to agree to a Privacy Policy and/or Terms of Service when signing up for a new account, you must specify the valid routes as environment variables. If one or both of these routes are set, then a check box will appear in the <SignUp> component with the corresponding page links.

export CANON_LEGAL_PRIVACY="/privacy"
export CANON_LEGAL_TERMS="/terms"

Password Reset

If a user forgets their password, it is common practice to allow sending their e-mail on file a link to reset it. datawheel-canon has built-in Mailgun support, so once you have set up an account for your project through their website, you can enable this ability with the following environment variables (taken from the Mailgun developer interface):

export CANON_MAILGUN_API="key-################################"
export CANON_MAILGUN_DOMAIN="###.###.###"
export CANON_MAILGUN_EMAIL="###@###.###"

With those variables set, if a user is trying to log in and types an incorrect password, the alert message will contain a link to reset their password. They will receive an e-mail containing a link that directs them to a page at the route /reset. This route needs to be hooked up as part of the app/routes.jsx file, and needs to contain the <Reset /> component exported by datawheel-canon. For example:

import React from "react";
import {Route} from "react-router";
import {Reset} from "datawheel-canon";

const App = () => "Hello World";

export default () => <Route path="/" component={App}>
  <Route path="reset" component={Reset} />
</Route>;

If you would like to change the default path of the reset link, use the following environment variable:

export CANON_RESET_LINK="/my-reset-route"

The <Reset /> component relies on detecting a unique token in the URL (which is sent in the e-mail to the user). If you would like to embed the component into an existing page, you must pass the Router object to the component on render:

<Reset router={ this.props.router }/>

When sending e-mails, datahweel-canon will use the "name" field of your package.json file as the site name in e-mail correspondence (ex. "Sincerely, the [name] team"). If you'd like to use a more human-readable site name, it can be set with the following environment variable:

export CANON_MAILGUN_NAME="Datawheel Canon"

The default contents of the e-mail to be sent is stored here, and can be overridden using any local HTML file using the following environment variable:

export CANON_RESET_HTML="path/to/file.html"

The path to this file is relative to the current working directory (process.cwd()), and the text inside of the file is run through the i18n parser like all of the front-end client facing components. The associated translation tags can be located under the mailgun key inside of the Reset key.

E-mail Verification

If you would like your site to require e-mail verification, you can utilize Mailgun in a way very similar to the Password Reset workflow. Set the appropriate Mailgun environment variables:

export CANON_MAILGUN_API="key-################################"
export CANON_MAILGUN_DOMAIN="###.###.###"
export CANON_MAILGUN_EMAIL="###@###.###"

And then hook up an /activate route with the <Activate /> component:

import React from "react";
import {Route} from "react-router";
import {Activate} from "datawheel-canon";

const App = () => "Hello World";

export default () => <Route path="/" component={App}>
  <Route path="activate" component={Activate} />
</Route>;

If you would like to change the default path of the activation link, use the following environment variable:

export CANON_ACTIVATION_LINK="/my-activation-route"

This component needs to be viewed while logged in, and contains a button to resend a verification e-mail with a new token. Similar to the <Reset /> component, if you would like to use the <Activate /> component inside of a pre-existing route (such as an account profile page), you must pass the Router location to the component:

<Activate location={ this.props.location } />

Additionally, the component has an optional property to allow it to be hidden on a page. The verification will still register, but the component itself will render null:

<Activate hidden={ true } location={ this.props.location } />

By default, activation e-mails are only sent when clicking the button in the <Activate /> component. If you would like to send a verification e-mail when a user first signs up, enable the following environment variable:

export CANON_SIGNUP_ACTIVATION=true

When sending e-mails, datahweel-canon will use the "name" field of your package.json file as the site name in e-mail correspondence (ex. "Sincerely, the [name] team"). If you'd like to use a more human-readable site name, it can be set with the following environment variable:

export CANON_MAILGUN_NAME="Datawheel Canon"

The default contents of the e-mail to be sent is stored here, and can be overridden using any local HTML file using the following environment variable:

export CANON_ACTIVATION_HTML="path/to/file.html"

The path to this file is relative to the current working directory (process.cwd()), and the text inside of the file is run through the i18n parser like all of the front-end client facing components. The associated translation tags can be located under the mailgun key inside of the Activation key.

Roles

Every new user of a datawheel-canon site has a default "role" value of 0. This value is accessible via the user object in the "auth" redux store object. The default roles are as follows:

  • 0 User
  • 1 Contributor
  • 2 Admin

datawheel-canon exports a <UserAdmin /> component that allows for changing these roles. It is a simple table that displays all users and their current role assignments.

Social Logins

Once the respective social network application has been set up in their developer interface, datawheel-canon looks for a corresponding API and SECRET environment variables to enable that login.

NOTE: If deploying using Supervisor, environment variables cannot be wrapped in quotation marks.

If you would like to change the page the user is redirected to after logging in using a social network, an environment variable is needed:

export CANON_SOCIAL_REDIRECT="/profile"

Facebook

  1. https://developers.facebook.com
  2. Once logged in, hover over "My Apps" in the top right of the page and click "Add a New App"
  3. Set up "Facebook Login" as the product.
  4. Choose "Web" as the Platform.
  5. Skip the Quickstart guide and go directly to "Settings" in the sidebar. Your settings should look like the following image, with at the very least http://localhost:3300/auth/facebook/callback in the Valid OAuth redirect URIs. Once there is a production URL, you will need to add that callback URL here along with localhost.
  6. Go to "Settings" > "Advanced" and turn on "Allow API Access to App Settings" (at the time of writing, it was the last toggle in the "Security" panel)
  7. Go to "Settings" > "Basic" and copy the App ID and App Secret to your environment as the following variables:
export CANON_FACEBOOK_API="###############"
export CANON_FACEBOOK_SECRET="##############################"

Github

  1. https://github.com/settings/applications/new
  2. Fill out the form and set "Authorization callback URL" to https://localhost/auth/github/callback
  3. Click register application
  4. From the next screen copy the Client ID and Client Secret values to:
export CANON_GITHUB_API="###############"
export CANON_GITHUB_SECRET="##############################"

Google

  1. https://console.developers.google.com/
  2. Once logged in, enable the "Google+ API"
  3. Go to the "Credentials" tab inside the "Google+ API" settings view and click "Create Credentials" and create OAuth client credentials
  4. Click the name of the credentials you created in the previous step
  5. For "Authorized JavaScript origins" add https://localhost
  6. For "Authorized Redirect URIs" add https://localhost/auth/google/callback
  7. Set the Client ID (CANON_GOOGLE_API) and Client Secret (CANON_GOOGLE_SECRET) values in your environment:
export CANON_GOOGLE_API="###############"
export CANON_GOOGLE_SECRET="##############################"

Instagram

  1. https://www.instagram.com/developer/
  2. Once logged in, click the "Manage Clients" button in the top navigation, then click the green "Register a New Client" button.
  3. Fill out the meta information about your project, but specifically set the "Valid redirect URIs" to http://localhost:3300/auth/instagram/callback. Once there is a production URL, you will need to add that callback URL here along with localhost.
  4. Click the green "Register" button when done.
  5. You should be returned to the page listing all of your projects. Click "Manage" on the current project and copy the Client ID and Client Secret to your environment as the following variables:
export CANON_INSTAGRAM_API="###############"
export CANON_INSTAGRAM_SECRET="##############################"

LinkedIn

  1. https://www.linkedin.com/developer/apps/new
  2. Fill out the form (LinkedIn requires that you add a square image of at least 80x80 px)
  3. Click "Submit"
  4. Under the OAuth 2.0 section for "Authorized Redirect URLs" enter https://localhost/auth/linkedin/callback
  5. Click "Add" then click "Update"
  6. From the same application settings screen, copy the Client ID and Client Secret values to:
export CANON_LINKEDIN_API="###############"
export CANON_LINKEDIN_SECRET="##############################"

Twitter

  1. https://apps.twitter.com
  2. Once logged in, click the "Create New App" button on the top right of the page.
  3. Fill out the meta information about your project, but specifically set the "Callback URL" to http://localhost:3300/auth/twitter/callback.
  4. Go to the "Key and Access Tokens" tab and copy the Consumer Key (API Key) and Consumer Secret (API Secret) to your environment as the following variables:
export CANON_TWITTER_API="###############"
export CANON_TWITTER_SECRET="##############################"
  1. Click the "Permissions" tab then at the bottom under "Additional Permissions" check the box that reads "Request email addresses from users" (if you would like to request e-mail addresses from users).

Custom API Routes

If you app requires custom API routes, datawheel-canon will import any files located in a api/ directory and attach them to the current Express instance. For example, a file located at api/simpleRoute.js:

module.exports = function(app) {

  app.get("/api/simple", (req, res) => {

    res.json({simple: true}).end();

  });

};

NOTE: Custom API routes are written using Node module syntax, not ES6/JSX.

If you'd like to interact with the database in a route, the Express app contains the Sequelize instance as part of it's settings:

module.exports = function(app) {

  const {db} = app.settings;

  app.get("/api/user", (req, res) => {

    db.users.findAll({where: req.query}).then(u => res.json(u).end());

  });

};

Additionally, if you would like certain routes to only be reachable if a user is logged in, you can use this simple middleware to reject users that are not logged in:

const authRoute = (req, res, next) => {
  if (req.isAuthenticated()) return next();
  return res.status(401).send("you are not logged in...");
};

module.exports = function(app) {

  app.get("/api/authenticated", authRoute, (req, res) => {

    res.status(202).send("you are logged in!").end();

  });

};

Custom Database Models

If you have custom database models that you would like to interact with in API routes, datawheel-canon will import any file in a db/ folder and set up all the associations Sequelize requires. For example, a db/testTable.js would look like this:

module.exports = function(sequelize, db) {

  return sequelize.define("testTable",
    {
      id: {
        type: db.INTEGER,
        primaryKey: true
      },
      title: db.STRING,
      favorite: {
        type: db.BOOLEAN,
        allowNull: false,
        defaultValue: false
      }
    }
  );

};

NOTE: Custom database models are written using Node module syntax, not ES6/JSX.


Server-Side Caching

Some projects benefit by creating a server-side data cache to be used in API routes (for example, metadata about cube dimensions). datawheel-canon imports all files present in the top level cache/ directory, and stores their return contents in app.settings.cache based on their filename. For example, to store the results of an API request in the cache, you could create the following file at cache/majors.js:

const axios = require("axios");

module.exports = function() {

  return axios.get("https://api.datausa.io/attrs/cip/")
    .then(d => d.data);

};

The results of this promise can then be used in an API route:

module.exports = function(app) {

  const {cache} = app.settings;

  app.get("/api/cache/majors", (req, res) => {

    res.json(cache.majors).end();

  });

};

Opbeat Error Tracking

If you would like to enable error tracking using Opbeat, add these 3 environment variables after initializing the app in the Opbeat online interface:

export CANON_OPBEAT_APP=your-opbeat-app-id
export CANON_OPBEAT_ORG=your-opbeat-organization-id
export CANON_OPBEAT_TOKEN=your-opbeat-secret-token

NOTE: Opbeat runs as express middleware, and will only track in production environments.


Additional Environment Variables

Interacting with the internals of canon is done by specifying environment variables. The recommended way to set environment variables is to use direnv (installed with brew install direnv), which will detect any file named .envrc located in a project folder. This file should not be pushed to the repository, as it usually contains variables specific to the current environment (testing locally, running on a server etc).

Here is an example .envrc file which turns off the default redux messages seen in the browser console and changes the default localization language:

export CANON_LOGREDUX=false
export CANON_LANGUAGE_DEFAULT="es"
variable description default
CANON_API Used as a prefix with the fetchData action and the attribute types returned from the ATTRS url. undefined
CANON_ATTRS A URL that should return a list of attribute classification strings to be pre-cached and passed to the default redux store. undefined
CANON_BASE_URL If hosting assets or running the server from a different location that the project folder, this variable can be used to define the base URL for all static assets. A <base> tag will be added to the start of the <head> tag. undefined
CANON_GOOGLE_ANALYTICS The unique Google Analytics ID for the project (ex. "UA-########-#"). undefined
CANON_FACEBOOK_PIXEL The unique Facebook Pixel ID for the project (ex. "################"). undefined
CANON_GOOGLE_TAG_MANAGER The unique Google Tag Manager ID for the project (ex. "GTM-#######"). undefined
CANON_HELMET_FRAMEGUARD Pass-through option for the "frameguard" property of the helmet initialization. false
CANON_LOGREDUX Whether or not to display the (rather verbose) Redux store events in the browser console. true
CANON_LOGLOCALE Whether or not to display the (rather verbose) i18n locale events in the browser console. false
CANON_PORT The port to use for the server. 3300
CANON_SESSION_SECRET A unique secret key to use for cookies. The "name" field from package.json
CANON_SESSION_TIMEOUT The timeout, in milliseconds, for user authentication cookies. 60 * 60 * 1000 (one hour)
CANON_STATIC_FOLDER Changes the default folder name for static assets. "static"
NODE_ENV The current environment. Setting to production will result in the removal of browser development tools and return smaller package sizes. development

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