@cloudux/ca
A tool for building web app without painful configuration
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CA

A tool for building web app without painful configuration

Quick Start

ca new react demo -d
# It will create a react app named demo and setup configuration for you
# no more webpack/babel/eslint/others configuration is need.

Install

using npm:

npm install --global @cloudux/ca

After installation, you can use ca in your command line

How to use

Create a new app

  • Create a React app: ca new react react_app

  • Create a Vue app: ca new vue vue_app

  • Create a simple web app(no mvvm framework default): ca new es6 es6_app

  • Create a es5 app: ca new es5 es5_app

  • Create a app and auto run git initialization and start dev mode: ca new vue demo -d -g

Then, cd into your app directory, and run npm run dev, it just work:)

Run npm run build will output production ready files to ./dist folders.

Run npm run generate-eslint-config will generate custom ./.eslintrc file current folder.

Run npm run generate-config will generate all config files in current folder, then you can change it whatever you like.

The created app only contains dependencies it really need(such as react/vue.js/etc), no more webpack/eslint/babel/etc dev dependencies any more.

Life is too short, goodbye to endless configuration.

Run a app

  • Run a Vue app: ca run vue

  • Run a React app: ca run react

  • Run a es6 app: ca run es6

  • Run a es5 app: ca run es5

  • Default entry point for app is src/index.js, if this is not the case for you, you can pass entry point to run command like this: ca run vue ./index.js

Build a app

  • Build a Vue app: ca build vue

  • Build a React app: ca build react

  • Build a ES6 app: ca build es6

  • Build a ES5 app: ca build es5

  • Default entry point for app is src/index.js, if this is not the case for you, you can pass entry point to run command like this: ca build vue ./index.js

  • The build files will output to ./dist folders

Generate Custom ESLint configuration files

  • ca generate vue eslint

Then ca will generate a .eslintrc file in current project's folder, then change the config if you like. However, don't forget to add all the config's dependencies to dev dependencies.

Generate Custom configuration files

  • ca generate vue all

Then ca will generate all config files in current project's folder, then change the config if you like. However, don't forget to add all the config's dependencies to dev dependencies.

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