#Notion 
一个用于将概念页面转换为幻灯片的自部署工具,带有前端及后端

#Notion 一个用于将概念页面转换为幻灯片的自部署工具,带有前端及后端

Property
Oct 4, 2022 09:55 AM
地址
https://github.com/decima/notion-slider
notion image

notion image

notion Slider

I promised to clean this code, but I lied, i'll do it one day.
Notion Slider is an utility tool which uses the notion API in order to transform a notion doc into some slides.

Getting started

In order to develop/use this project, first you'll need :
  • golang 1.18+
  • nodejs+yarn
  • Client ID and secret from a public integration. The frontend server will run on localhost:3000, so you will have to add in the redirect URIs 'http://localhost:3000/auth'
  • you will get your client secret as soon as you switch your app to public and save it.

Backend installation

in order to launch the project, just run :
go run . -client_id=CLIENTID -client_secret=SECRET -domain=http://localhost:3000/
This will start by default a server on 9000.

Frontend installation

Go into the /app folder and run the following commands:
yarn && yarn dev
This will install every dependencies and should start the vite server on 3000.
Then go to http://localhost:3000 and you can develop the frontend side.

Alternatively painless solution (AKA Docker)

If you want to run your own instance, you can build it yourself with docker. Just run docker run -t notion-slider .. This will build frontend and backend, and serve all this fun people on internal container port 9000.
Or alternatively if you don't want to suffer docker build, I provide built images of my app (for my personnal use : decima/notion-slider:0.1 ).
You can also use docker-compose to run the image, write the following in a docker-compose.yml
version: "3"
services:
 notionslider:
 # comment build key and uncomment image to not have to build your own image.
 # image: "decima/notion-slider:0.1"
 build: { context: . }
 entrypoint:
 - ./NotionSlider
 - -client_id=CLIENT_ID
 - -client_secret=CLIENT_SECRET
 - -domain=http://localhost:11000/
 ports:
 - "11000:9000"
and run docker-compose up. (this will start localhost:11000 as it is declared in your file, don't forget to add this url in your integration in notion).

Issues

Feel free to add, comment, fix any provided issues, this is an open source project, and it aims to stay like this.