If you're a developer with a local Nginx setup for the purpose of delivering local web pages with custom local domain names to mimic a real world scenario, you've definitely experienced the tedious work involved in creating Nginx config files: copy and paste a template, change the new file, save the file, reload the Nginx configuration file, and restart the server.
In this day and age, doing this with dozens of micro servers is truly a pain.
We decided to streamline the process and make our lives a bit simpler by creating this small CLI that automates everything.
We hope you'll find Broccoli as useful as we do.
How to install
] sudo npm install -g @0x4447/broccoli
How to use
] sudo broccoli -s .
Where to get help
] broccoli -h
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 the config file to the Nginx directory
- Restart Nginx
This CLI tool also works well with the following software:
- Hot Pepper: Set up SystemD as the process manager for your NodeJS server with one simple command.
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