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A tumblelog in the style of Tumblr.
Swanye is still incredibly pre-alpha software; it is highly unrecommended to run Swanye in anything other than a local setup, at this point in time.
To start your Phoenix server:
- Install dependencies with
- Create and migrate your database with
- Install Node.js dependencies with
npm installinside the
- Start Phoenix endpoint with
Now you can visit
localhost:4000 from your browser.
Ready to run in production? Please check our deployment guides.
Other places to find us
If you want to follow for updates about the development progress, general updates (including my thoughts about new features and how development is going) can be found at our Mastodon account.
If you're interested in helping support me so I can work on Swanye, the project also has a Liberapay.