cargo-cli
Download and build with containerized project recipies
Last updated 2 years ago by ameerthehacker .
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Cargo

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What is Cargo?

Cargo is an easy way to create sandbox for quickly experimenting with popular technologies like node, react, angular, flask etc.

How it works?

It just downloads a specific project scaffold with docker support.

What should I do?

  1. Install docker from here

  2. Install cargo cli using the command

npm install cargo-cli -g
  1. Update your local cargoes using the command
ship-cargo update
  1. Create a project scaffold of your wish using the command
ship-cargo create node

You can also choose a destination where the scaffold should be downloaded as

ship-cargo create node ~/Documents/Sandbox
  1. In the downloaded project scaffold run the following command to start experimenting
docker-compose up

Where are the cargoes maintained?

They are maintained in a seperate git repository which you can find it here

How can I add my cargo to the cargoes repository?

Feel free to create a pull request with your cargo here

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License

MIT © Ameer Jhan

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