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Install Guide by YARN


Before installing AesirX BI, you must have the following installed on your development computer:

You also must have installed 1st party server for AesirX Analytics:

git clone

Instructions for setting up:

  • Clone the aesirx-1stparty.env.dist file into aesirx-1stparty.env and customize
    • You can choose not to customize anything.
    • If you have a separate MongoDB server, you can specify the credentials using the following variables:
      • DBUSER
      • DBPASS
      • DBHOST
      • DBPORT
      • DBNAME
    • You can choose to change the HTTP_PORT variable (default 80), which is the port that your 1st party server will listen to.
  • Execute docker-compose up -d to run the full setup, including the MongoDB server.

Step-by-step guide:

1. Register your account at will then get an email for a user creation account.

2. Activate your account by clicking verify in the email.

3. Login to site to get the SSO_CLIENT_ID and SSO_CLIENT_SECRECT in your profile. 


4. Enter the domain and test the domain of the license. For example:


5. Install the BI app.

git clone

6. At the bi-app folder, rename the .env.dist file to .env

Or use this command:

mv .env.dist .env

Note: To show the .env file on your computer, use:
MacOS: Ctrl + Shift + "."
Linux: Ctrl + H

7. Replace the REACT_APP_CLIENT_SECRET  and REACT_APP_LICENSE in the .env file with the one provided in your profile account.

8. Replace the REACT_APP_ENDPOINT_URL in the .env file with the link to your 1st party server for AesirX Analytics.

9. Replace the REACT_APP_DATA_STREAM in the .env file with the name and domain to the your data-stream endpoint.

10. Replace the REACT_APP_DEMO_USER in the .env file with the email you want to set for Login.

11. Replace the REACT_APP_DEMO_PASSWORD in the .env file with the password you want to set for Login.

12. Then run BI app.

yarn install

yarn build

When the app runs successfully, it will look like the image below


13. Go to the browser, and type the name http://localhost:3000 to log in.

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