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Usage no npm install needed!

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  import akashJivaniTest from 'https://cdn.skypack.dev/@akash-jivani/test';



  • Download & Install nodejs

  • Download & Install yarn (Depends on Node.js)

  • Download & Install JRE 8u201 (We have tested with 8u201, but it will probably work with others if you have a newer version.)

  • Setup node, yarn, & java in enviroment path

  • Download & Install a Code Editor. We are using VSCode

  • Run the following commands to set your registry to our internal artifactory server. This only needs to be done once per machine:

    • yarn config set registry https://artifacts.microchip.com/artifactory/api/npm/npm/
    • npm config set registry https://artifacts.microchip.com/artifactory/api/npm/npm/
  • For further information please see the Workflow


  • cd to the project root
  • run the following commands:
    • yarn install
      • this downloads all of the project dependencies to your machine
    • yarn build-run-dir
      • this builds a run directory in your project
      • if download fails, checkout and build Scripted Content Framework and copy the generated run folder to your project's root directory
  • create a file called peripheral.json in the config directory. Place a JSON object copied from the device and peripheral you wish to use for this project
Compile & Build
  • yarn create-auto-module
    • Generates a moduleConfig.json file and creates a set of files in the generated_module directory specific to the data in config/peripheral.json. -moduleConfig.json can now be modified to customize your project.
  • yarn build
    • Builds the project and distributes the output files to the run directory. This also runs create-auto-module as part of the build process
  • yarn start
    • Creates a watcher on the project that detects changes in the source files. When a change is detected, a short compilation is performed and the new files are distributed. It is intended to speed up the design process.
Unit Tests
  • yarn test
    • Triggers all the unit test cases specified by any file ending in .test.ts
    • Unit test report is available at coverage/lcov-report/index.html