Once you have exported your code to your own repository you will need to clone a local copy and install NVM and NPM to make the application executable using Node.
NPM will install the library that contains the patented Kleeen API technology that generates the API schema to make it easy to wire up a back end and runs the simulated data in prototypes.
Once your environment is set up you can type NPM run start in a terminal session from the root folder of the project.
This will kick off a series of commands that when completed will allow you to view your application by navigating to localhost:4201.
The first time you visit the local prototype you will have to login. You should be able to use the credentials you use for the kleeen.cloud authoring platform. If you have any issues click on the Create an account using AWS link a setup an account. Sign in with Google will work in production but may not work in prototypes that aren't fully integrated.
If you have any issues email firstname.lastname@example.org or use the chat icon in the authoring tool.