I agree! It’s the easiest way to learn PLUS you can always ask and look in other modules for bits and pieces to see how things work. I mean a sendSocketNotification is a sendSocketNotification… things of that nature.
Again, if you have questions please ask! :) I had to learn it too. It’s not too bad actually once you get the basics…
@sync101 The only part I would watch for is that the Complete Setup Tutorial is designed for a Raspberry Pi. Amazon’s free servers don’t run Rasbian, so the automated script to install the Magic Mirror framework probably won’t work.
The good news is that the manual installation process is about all you’ll really need. The basic steps are:
Install node.js and npm
Clone the Magic Mirror repository to the home folder
Run npm install in the Magic Mirror folder
Copy the config.js.sample file to config.js
Run npm serveronly in the Magic Mirror folder
Hit your VM by going to http://[ip address]:8080
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