05/07/2023, 2:06 AM
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05/07/2023, 2:07 AM
It seems you're trying to connect the dots in the Prefect universe. Here's some guidance on connecting Prefect UI's LocalRepository to your Prefect HQ dev server: 1. First, ensure that you have npm installed, as it's required for Prefect UI development. 2. Start a development UI that reloads on code changes by running the following command in your terminal:
prefect dev ui
3. To build the static UI (the UI served by
prefect server start
), run:
prefect dev build-ui
4. Configure your Prefect Server by setting the API URL in your terminal session:
prefect config set PREFECT_API_URL="<>"
5. If you're running Prefect inside a container (e.g., Docker), you must set the API Server address. You can save the API server address in a Prefect profile. For more information, refer to the Prefect documentation. I hope this helps you connect the pieces. Good luck, and may the force of Prefect be with you.


05/07/2023, 2:10 AM
hey @Julius Iver Reyes , marvin’s memory is persisted for a given slack thread, so if you want to ask multiple questions about the same topic, you may want to use the same thread so he remembers what you’re asking about