To get started, download the repository locally and open it in the IDE of your choice. In our examples we will use Visual Studio. You will need to make sure you have installed NVM on your computer and installed NPM into the project's root directory.
After using the command, NPM run start to start a local copy of the application. In your browser navigate to localhost:4201 to view the application. Then right click on the page to inspect and filter the network tab to view graphql connections. You may have to refresh the page to load the information you need. This screen shot shows the page and inspection together.
Each object in you Kleeen prototype will appear with a long hash name after its description, like this: XHRgraphql?operationName=object_listing_a69e5b4e_3310_4789_831a_e17144123b24.
The important information is after the equals sign. This will identify the object type and the name of the folder for the object. In this case a search for the folder a69e5b4e_3310_4789_831a_e17144123b24 in the IDE will locate the objects folder.
Inside that folder you will find instructions to replace the commented code with your endpoint wiring.
From here you will need to identify the data you need to deliver.