Welcome to NodeArch
You need to install the NodeArch command-line interface to be able to generate new apps. Start by Running the following command in your terminal to install the CLI globally.
npm i -g @nodearch/cli
Once installed, you can run
nodearch -h in your terminal to see the usage.
# start your app nodearch start # start your app in Watch mode nodearch start -w # run test cases nodearch test # run test cases in watch mode nodearch test -w # build your app ( only required in production mode ) nodearch build
❯ nodearch -h Usage: nodearch <command> [options] Commands: nodearch build Build NodeArch app [aliases: b] nodearch new Generate new NodeArch APP [aliases: n] nodearch start Start NodeArch APP [aliases: s] nodearch test run automated testing [aliases: t] Options: -y, --notify turn desktop notifier on or off [boolean] [default: true] -h, --help Show help [boolean] -v, --version Show version number [boolean] Examples: nodearch new generates new app nodearch build build existing app from the current directory nodearch start starts existing app from the current directory
for all the options, please check the documentation
Contributions, issues and feature requests are welcome! If you like the idea and want to improve, add, or suggest something, please use the GitHub Issue tracker to communicate your thoughts with us.
Clone the project on your local machine, using the following command.
git clone https://github.com/BlueMax-IO/nodearch.git
Switch to the repo directory, and then install dependencies
Now build the project
# Build the project rush build # Run test cases rush test # Add NPM package as a dependency rush add
For more details on how to use Rush to add packages, commands, build and run stuff. check it on the official Rush website
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