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@waitandsee/wasa-cli

1.0.0-beta.6 • Public • Published

WASA CLI

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Introduction

WASA CLI is a tool to automate the installation of the WASA Boilerplate. Upon initialization, a series of questions will be asked (e.g. the name of the project, its location, its git repository), and then will download the WASA Boilerplate.

With the WASA CLI, you can initialize a new front-end project in less than five minutes (unless you have a really, really bad internet connection), without any complication.

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WASA Boilerplate

The WASA Boilerplate is a simple and ready-to-go front-end boilerplate. It uses Babel to compile your ES6, Pug for the HTML, and node-sass with css-next for your SCSS. And the best thing is : no need of gulp or webpack, everything is done thanks to the power of NPM Scripts !

Requirements

  • node-js >= 6.4.0

Installation

There are two ways to install the WASA CLI:

1. (Recommended) global install:
npm i -g @waitandsee/wasa-cli

If you need root access, run instead: sudo npm i -g @waitandsee/wasa-cli

2. Local install and then with an alias:
  • Installation: npm i @waitandsee/wasa-cli
  • Alias creation: e.g. alias wasa="node ~/wasa-cli/index.js"

Usage

To initialiaze a project, simply type:
wasa init

Documentation

Upon initialization, you will find all the information relative to the boilerplate in the readme.md file.

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npm i @waitandsee/wasa-cli

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