If you are a developer with a local Nginx setup like ours, and like to give the sites that you work on a local domain name, then for sure you experienced the tedious work of creating a Nginx config file, copy it in the right place and restart Nginx to load the new configuration.
To stream line this process, we decided to make our life bit simpler by creating this small CLI to automate this process.
How to Install
] sudo npm install -g @0x4447/broccoli
How to Use
] sudo broccoli
What to Expect
Follow the instructions on the screen. The app will do the following for you:
- Ask the right questions ;)
- Create a config file
- Save it in to the Nginx directory
- Restart Nginx
We hope you'll find this app useful, and don't forget to check the source code. We took the time to write simple to understand code, so you can extend or customize the app to fit your needs.
Why This Name?
Why not? We had to call it something. And once you see it, you're not going to forget it. 😃
If you enjoyed this project, please consider giving it a 🌟. And check out our 0x4447 GitHub account, where we have additional resources that you might find useful or interesting.
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If you'd like us to help you with something, please feel free to say email@example.com, and share what's on your mind. We'll take a look, and try our best to help you. Or visit our website at: 0x4447.com.