Scaffolds a clean and combat ready app for the browser/electron/nodejs.
your-app/ ├── LICENSE ├── README.md ├── .package.json ├── dist | | # Here comes the webpack compiled files │ └── index.html ├── .editorconfig ├── .gitattributes ├── .gitignore ├── index.js ├── app | | # You'll probably want to add an `assets` folder here │ ├── entry.js │ ├── index.html │ ├── partials | | | # Your templates goes there │ │ ├── home.html │ │ └── page.html │ ├── scripts │ │ ├── app.js │ │ ├── config.js │ │ ├── controllers | | | | # Your controllers should have the same name as their attached template │ │ │ ├── home.js │ │ │ └── page.js │ │ └── lib | | | # Here comes the app specific modules like routing, translations, storage, etc... │ │ └── router.js │ └── styles │ └── main.css ├── server | | # Everything related to server should go there │ └── main.js # The entry point of the server └── webpack.config.js
$ npm install --global generator-neodymium
Depending on your configuration, you
may will encounter formatting issue right after the app generation. This is because
ejs, the template engine yeoman uses, leaves empty lines in place of the omitted parts (e.g if you said you don't need a back-end, the back-end portion of your app README will be blank lines instead of not being here at all). This can lead to errors with the
package.json file being invalid because of misplaced commas, etc. I'm currently looking for a solution to this using the yeoman transform streams, but until I figure this out in a clean and maintenable way, you'll have to deal with this by your own :/
$ yo neodymium
It's recommended to use node
v4.2.4 LTS. We cannot guarantee previous versions support, but will sure do our best to. Please post an issue if you encounter troubles with developing on
# Clone the repo and `cd` into it $ git clone email@example.com:soixantecircuits/neodymium.git && cd neodymium # Install the generator dependencies $ npm i # Now, create a symlink in your global `node_modules` folder. # (If you have previously installed neodymium via the npm package, you should run `npm remove --global generator-neodymium` before this command) $ npm link
yo neodymium command will now execute your local version of neodymium. Enjoy :)
We follow a successful git branching model.
Please use the standard js coding style.
This was originally a fork of sindresorhus' neat generator.
See awesome-electron for more useful Electron resources.
MIT © Soixante circuits