teru
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Last updated 5 months ago by albizures .
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Teru

Teru is an easy to use project generator

How to start a project?

npx teru my-app albizures/teru-node-starter
# or using a full url
npx teru my-app https://github.com/albizures/teru-node-starter

How to create a starter

Basically any git repository is a teru starter, however is possible to modify how a starter behaves using tokens (which is just a fancy name for variables) and ejs.

Let's assume a basic node project:

.
├── package.json
└── index.js

Using ejs, the package.json file can be modified when the new project is being created:

{
	"name": "<%= tokens.name %>",
	"version": "0.0.0",
	"main": "src/index.js",
	"author": "<%= tokens.author %> <<%= tokens.email %>>",
	"license": "MIT"
}

Where name, author and email are tokens and their values are going to be requested.

And the last step is to run:

npx teru starter analyze

This command is going to check the whole project and it's going to create a teru.starter.js file with something similar to this:

module.exports = {
	tokens: {
		author: {},
		name: {},
		email: {},
	},
	files: ['package.json'],
};

For now there is no need to change anything here. You can check more about this file here

And that's it! Now the starter is ready to be published in any git hosting service and use it ????

Using teru.starter.js file

Token customization

The starter file describes the tokens that are being used in the starter and the files where they are being used, additional to this, teru allows to customize how they are going to be requested, for example:

module.exports = {
	tokens: {
		author: {
			message: "What's your name",
		},
		name: {
			defaultValue: nameGenerator(),
		},
		email: {
			message: "What's your email?",
		},
	},
	files: ['package.json'],
};

Conditional files

Teru allows to have conditional files using the token values, for example:

module.exports = {
	tokens: {
		author: {},
		name: {},
		email: {},
		prettier: {
			message: 'Do you want to use Prettier?',
			// a default value is needed to let teru know the
			// starter is going to ask for a boolean value
			defaultValue: true,
		},
	},
	files: [
		'package.json',
		{
			onlyWhen: { prettier: true },
			filename: 'prettier.config.js',
		},
	],
};

Assuming the the starter already have the prettier.config.js file

Using this starter config the prettier.config.js file is going to be added only when prettier is true.

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