@purtuga/project-base
My personal projects Base setup and scripts
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project-base

The project-base setup for most of my projects, including reusable scripts for common activities.

Install

$ npm install @purtuga/project-base

Usage

Builds

  • Add project-base npm scripts to package.json
$ ./node_modules/.bin/project-base-setup-package-scripts

This will add several entries to package.json scripts section. They include all of the available build types and by default, dist is defined to generate a ESM bundle as well as Legacy bundle - minified versions only (with source maps).

Here are a list of available builds:

  • build : Builds the development version. Almost no code transformations are done.
  • build:ie : Builds a version of the software and saves it to my.dev/ folder, for when testing in IE is needed.
  • build:prod : Builds the Production ES6 versions of the project, which include a non-minified bundle as well as a minified bundle (with source maps). Meant to be consumed by modern runtimes. Bundles are wrapped with UMD loader code.
  • build:prod:min : Build the production ES6 version of the project minified only (with source map). Meant to be consumed by modern runtimes. Bundles are wrapped with UMD loader code.
  • build:prod:non-min : Build the production ES6 version of the project non-minfied only (with source map).Meant to be consumed by modern runtimes. Note that only comments that start with // ++ are kept in the file. Bundles are wrapped with UMD loader code.
  • build:prod:legacy : Builds production ES5 (transpiled) versions of the project - both regular and minified versions.
  • build:prod:legacy:min : Builds production ES5 (transpiled) verison of the project minified version.
  • build:prod:legacy:non-min : Builds production ES5 (transpiled) verison of the project minified version.
  • build:prod:esm : Build an ESM version of the project. Generates both regular and minified bundles along with source maps
  • build:prod:esm:min : Build a Minified ESM version of the project (with source map)
  • build:prod:esm:non-min : Build a non-Minified ESM version of the project (with source map)
  • build:prod:wc : Same as build:prod:min, but wraps the bundle with code that ensure runtime supports Web Components. Best to be used with Web Components that auto-register themselves in CustomElementsRegistry. By default, it assumes an entry file of src/import.js.
  • build:prod:wc:min : Same as build:prod:min, but wraps the bundle with code that ensure runtime supports Web Components. Best to be used with Web Components that auto-register themselves in CustomElementsRegistry.
  • build:prod:wc:non-min : Same as build:prod:non-min, but wraps the bundle with code that ensure runtime supports Web Components. Best to be used with Web Components that auto-register themselves in CustomElementsRegistry.
  • build:apiDocs : Generates JSDOCs from all files under src/ folder.

Other things that should be added to package.json:

  • If working on a nodeJS CLI project that needs esm support:
{
    "esm": { "mode": "auto" }
}

Build Info. Available for Project Runtime

The following is available for use in Project code:

BUILD.DATA = {
    VERSION,
    AUTHOR,
    LICENSE,
    NAME,
    TIMESTAMP,
    HASH
}

In a JS file, the above can be used like this:

export const VERSION = BUILD.DATA.VERSION; // eslint-disable-line

Conditional code Based on Production/Development mode

process.env.NODE_ENV can be used to include dev-only (or production only) code blocks through out a code base.

if (process.env.NODE_ENV !== "production") {
    console.warn("you are in dev mode!!!!");
}

JS Comments

By default, all builds strip out all comments from files, with the exception of those starting with ++. Examples of comments that would be kept:

//++ keep me

//   ++ keep me

/*++ keep me */

/*   ++ keep me  */

Importing CSS files as Strings

Importing of Styles are supported as both .less and .css. By default, the style-loader is used which loads the styles into the document using a <style> tag. Optionally, an query param of inline can be used to instead return the styles as a string to the JS module. Example:

/* styles into document using style tag */
import "./styles/default-styles.less";

/* Styles return to this module as a string */
import messageStyles from "./styles/message-styles.css?inline";

Configuration

Configuration is done via the project-base entry in package.json.

The following are supported:

{
    "project-base": {
         // Switch decorators and class props babel plugin to legacy mode
        "decorators-legacy": false,

        // List of files (modules) to include in Loader transformations.
        // All relative to the project root. Currently used only by Babel setup.
        // By default, `node_modules/@purtuga` modules are included.
        "loader-includes": [
            "node_modules/@purtuga"
        ]
    }
}

Branches

Master

Bleeding edge... Everything happens here first and then tagged into a version at stable points... It could break existing projects that reference it.

vX.Y.Z

Stable version... Project (for the most part) should reference these. When a version becomes "old", warnings will be added and seen during builds.

Transition / Migration

To v2.x

  • Default output is now ES6 code. ES5 transpiled code is output as a file named *.legacy.*
  • All code will now be Linted using eslint and default config

Current Tags

  • 2.4.2                                ...           latest (a year ago)

11 Versions

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  • 2.0.1                                ...           2 years ago
  • 2.0.0                                ...           2 years ago
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