@ngxs/cli
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    @ngxs/cli

    @ngxs/cli

    CLI Screenshot

    Install

    The CLI can be installed using NPM:

    npm i @ngxs/cli -g

    Usage

    ngxs

    Options

    NGXS CLI
     
      $ ngxs --name name --spec boolean --directory path --folder-name name
      $ ngxs --help
      
    Options
     
      --name name         Store name  
      --directory path    By default, the prompt is set to the current directory
      --folder-name name   Use your own folder name, default: state  
      --spec boolean      Creates a spec file for store, default: true
     
    Custom template generator
     
      --plopfile path   Path to the plopfile

    What is Plop?

    Plop is what I like to call a "micro-generator framework." Now, I call it that because it is a small tool that gives you a simple way to generate code or any other type of flat text files in a consistent way. You see, we all create structures and patterns in our code (routes, controllers, components, helpers, etc). These patterns change and improve over time so when you need to create a NEW insert-name-of-pattern-here, it's not always easy to locate the files in your codebase that represent the current "best practice." That's where plop saves you. With plop, you have your "best practice" method of creating any given pattern in CODE. Code that can easily be run from the terminal by typing plop. Not only does this save you from hunting around in your codebase for the right files to copy, but it also turns "the right way" into "the easiest way" to make new files.

    Development

    Run tests

    npm test

    Local execute CLI

    npm start
    

    Install

    npm i @ngxs/cli

    DownloadsWeekly Downloads

    759

    Version

    2.0.0

    License

    MIT

    Unpacked Size

    1.51 MB

    Total Files

    30

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    Collaborators

    • amcdnl
    • markwhitfeld
    • overthesanity
    • splincode