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    @untool/defaults

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    @untool/defaults

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    @untool/defaults is a very simple preset that sets up a basic untool environment featuring Yargs, Express, Webpack, and React support.

    Installation

    If you need to set up a new project using @untool/defaults, just use the package manager of your choice to install it:

    $ yarn add @untool/defaults react react-dom react-router-dom react-helmet
    # OR npm install @untool/defaults react react-dom react-router-dom react-helmet

    Afterwards, you need to add a new untool section to your project's package.json file:

    {
      "scripts": {
        "start": "un start"
      },
      "untool": {
        "presets": ["@untool/defaults"]
      }
    }

    Additionally you might want to add a start script using untool's CLI functionality to be able to use your package manager to start your application:

    $ yarn start -p # OR npm start -p

    Settings

    module.exports = {
      presets: [
        '@untool/express',
        '@untool/react',
        '@untool/webpack',
        '@untool/yargs',
      ],
    };

    The code block above mirrors @untool/defaults/preset.js' actual source code in its entirety. Please refer to the listed mixins and presets for more information. While @untool/defaults does not really provide any relevant settings of its own, @untool/core does:

    Property Type Default
    name string PACKAGE_JSON_NAME
    version string PACKAGE_JSON_VERSION
    rootDir string PACKAGE_JSON_DIRECTORY

    name

    The application name; used throughout the untool ecosystem to individualize log output, asset file names, and even HTML IDs. This value is determined by checking your application's package.json file and falling back to its directory name. Do not override - simply update the name field in your package.json file.

    version

    The application version; can come handy for asset versioning and logging, but not currently used in untool's default modules. This value is determined by checking your application's package.json file. Do not override - simply update the version field in your package.json file.

    rootDir

    The application's filesystem context; used heavily throughout the untool ecosystem for module resolution, build configuration and the like. This value is determined by finding the directory your package.json file is in. Really, do not override this unless you know exactly what you are doing.

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    Install

    npm i @untool/defaults

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    7

    Version

    0.22.0

    License

    MIT

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    11 kB

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    • robertkowalski
    • zaubernerd
    • jhiode
    • knisterpeter