Prototyping ONS Prototype Kit
Installing the prototype kit
Before you start, you will need to download and install:
Creating a new prototype
When you use the template to create a GitHub repository for your prototypes, it will contain a
readme.md file in the root directory, with guidance on how to start creating a new prototype and run it locally on your device.
Publishing your prototype online
You will need to publish your prototype online if you want to:
- share it with colleagues or stakeholders
- test it with users on their own devices
The prototype kit outputs a folder of static files and assets that need to be deployed to the host server.
To publish your prototype online, you will need a web hosting service that can deploy a static website, such as:
When setting up your hosting service you will need to create a static site project, which you can choose to connect directly to your prototype repository on GitHub.
Give your project a name, and check the following settings:
- build command:
- publish root directory: