React, Flux, Sass, Require, Grunt, Jasmine, Istanbul, JSHint and JSCS all wired up and ready to go.

Usage no npm install needed!

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Yeoman generator for Facebook's React framework and Flux application architecture.

What's inside?

  • React JavaScript library for building user interfaces
  • Flux Application architecture for building user interfaces
  • Compass Css authoring framework
  • Sass CSS with superpowers
  • Require JavaScript file and module loader optimized for in-browser use
  • Grunt JavaScript task runner for performing repetitive tasks like minification, compilation, unit testing, linting, etc
  • Jasmine Behavior-driven development framework for testing JavaScript code
  • Istanbul JavaScript statement, line, function, and branch code coverage when running unit tests
  • JSHint Detect errors and potential problems in JavaScript code and enforce your team's coding conventions
  • JSCS JavaScript Code Style checker
  • Watch Automated JSX and Sass compilation when watched file patterns are added, changed, or deleted

Getting Started

Install Yeoman

$ npm install -g yo grunt-cli react-tools

On Windows, we suggest you use an improved command line tool such as cmder or PowerShell to improve the experience.

Install and use Generators

To install generator-reactjs-flux run the following command:

$ npm install generator-reactjs-flux -g

Finally, initiate the generator:

$ cd ~/path/to/project/root
$ yo reactjs-flux

NPM Troubles? npm ERR! Are you seeing something like: Error: EACCES, mkdir '/Users/user/.npm/dargs/2.1.0' ? Try the following commands and try the previous step again:

$ cd ~/Users/user
$ sudo chown -R $(whoami) .npm

Install Compass & Sass

$ gem install compass

If you find your css build results are empty, update your sass gem.

Grunt Tasks

The default grunt task will compile jsx and scss files as well as start a watcher for them.

$ grunt

Same as the default grunt task, however it will reinstall dependencies.

$ grunt init

Run Jasmine unit tests, JSHint, and JSCS

$ grunt test

Same as grunt test, however, this task will run code coverage and launch the code coverage in your browser.

$ grunt test:cov

Run unit tests in the browser on actual source rather than instrumented files from istanbul.

$ grunt jasmineDebug --filter {/folder|file}

Run unit tests for a filtered set of folders or files without code coverage thresholds.

$ grunt jasmineFilter --filter {/folder|file}



Special Thanks To:

Randy Lien for the work done on the react-gulp-browserify generator.

The Yeoman team.