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choerodon-front-boot

0.10.11 • Public • Published

Choerodon Boot

Choerodon front boot is a toolkit about front end package management, startup, compilation. It is mainly used to provide custom some configurations file to create a project of React that can be modified to some extent.

The construction project can be used on macOS, Windows or Linux. Teams can be developed in modules, greatly speeding up development.

  • The project uses webpack for construction.
  • React and Mobx are used as the main development technology.

Install

$ npm install choerodon-front-boot -S

Configuration

  • Create a configuration file named config.js
import autoprefixer from 'autoprefixer';
// default config of Choerodon
const config = {
  port: 9090,
  output: './dist',
  htmlTemplate: 'index.template.html',
  devServerConfig: {},
  postcssConfig: {
    plugins: [
      autoprefixer({
        browsers: ['last 2 versions', 'Firefox ESR', '> 1%', 'ie >= 8', 'iOS >= 8', 'Android >= 4'],
      }),
    ],
  },
  babelConfig(config, mode, env) {
    return config;
  },
  webpackConfig(config, mode, env) {
    return config;
  },
  enterPoints(mode, env) {
    // By default, it returns empty object.
    // In javascript files, words `process.env.XXX` will be replaced with the key of returned map object like `XXX` from this function .
    // e.g.
    // development env
    if (mode === 'start' || env === 'development') {
      return {
        // The `server` property of root config will be overwritten by this.
        API_HOST: 'http://api.example.org', 
      }
    }
    // production env
    if (mode === 'build' || env === 'production') {
      return {
        // Reference to `enterpoint.sh`
        API_HOST: 'an `enterpoint` placeholder string', 
      }
    }
  },
  entryName: 'index',
  root: '/',
  // By default, The property `routes` is null and we use property `main` as path of router component
  // and use the last word of property `name` what be split by char `-` as router path in package.json
  routes: {
    'iam': 'src/app/iam/containers/IAMIndex.js', 
  }, 
  // By default, dashboard is false.
  // The keys of dashboard are namespaces, and the entries of which are component paths.
  dashboard: {
    //  For e.g., use glob pattern
    iam: 'src/dashboard/*', 
    devops: [
      //  For e.g., use dir path
      //  For e.g., use file path
      'src/dashboard/Test', 
      'src/dashboard/Test2.js', 
    ],
    // Intl example
    agile: {
      components: 'src/dashboard/*',
      locale: 'src/locale/*', 
    }
  },
  // API server
  server: 'http://api.example.com', 
  // File server
  fileServer: 'http://file.example.com', 
  // WebSocket server
  webSocketServer: 'ws://ws.example.com', 
  clientid: 'localhost',
  // HTML title
  titlename: 'Choerodon', 
  // Page favicon
  favicon: 'favicon.ico', 
  // modify variables for less and sass
  theme: { 
    'primary-color': '#3F51B5', 
  },
}

Run

$ choerodon-front-boot start --config config.js

Once running, open http://localhost:9090

Dist

$ choerodon-front-boot build --config config.js

Init Menu

First, you should make sure that you have Menu.yml under ./{1}/src/app/{1}/config/Menu.yml. And also should have language/en.yml & language/zh.yml

A Menu.yml file like this:

#Menu.yml
"iam": code
  icon: IAM  # icon ode
  sort: 1  # sort
  delete: "true"  # Whether it should be deleted
  site:  # menu level
    - "organization": # code
        sort: 1  # sort
        Routes: /iam/organization  # route
        icon: manage_organization  # icon
        permission:  # permissions
          - 'iam-service.organization.enableOrganization' 

A language/en.yml file like this:

#language/en.yml
"iam": "platform settings"
# site
"iam.organization": "Organization"

Then, you can run the script to initialize the menu.

$python ./{1}/node_modules/choerodon-front-boot/structure/menu/__init__.py -o yml -m {1}
$python ./{1}/node_modules/choerodon-front-boot/structure/menu/__init__.py -o sql -m {1} [-i HOST] [-p PORT] [-u USER] [-s PASSWD] [-a ATTRS] [-d DELETE]

{1} is your module name.

Init Dashboard (0.7.0+)

First, you should make sure that you have dashboard.yml under ./{1}/src/app/{1}/config/dashboard/dashboard.yml. And also should have language/en.yml & language/zh.yml

A dashboard.yml file like this:

#dashboard.yml
dashboard:
  - code: "Guide"
    icon: APItest
    title: "快速入门"
    description: "新手指引"
    level: site
    sort: 1
  - code: "Document"
    icon: description
    title: "文档"
    description: "文档"
    level: site
    sort: 2
    

A language/en.yml file like this:

#language/en.yml
"Guide": "Guide"
"Document": "Document"

Then, you can run the script to initialize the dashboard. (0.7.0 - 0.9.0)

$python ./{1}/node_modules/choerodon-front-boot/structure/dashboard.py -o yml -m {1}
$python ./{1}/node_modules/choerodon-front-boot/structure/dashboard.py -o sql -m {1} [-i HOST] [-p PORT] [-u USER] [-s PASSWD]

(0.9.0+)

$python ./{1}/node_modules/choerodon-front-boot/structure/dashboard/__init__.py -o yml -m {1}
$python ./{1}/node_modules/choerodon-front-boot/structure/dashboard/__init__.py -o sql [-i HOST] [-p PORT] [-u USER] [-s PASSWD]

{1} is your module name.

In the dashboard card component, we can use the DashboardToolBar and DashboardNavBar component.

import React from 'react';
import { Link } from 'react-router-dom';
import { DashboardToolBar, DashboardNavBar } from 'choerodon-front-boot';
 
class Example extends React.Component {
  render() {
    return (
      <div>
        <DashboardToolBar>
          <button/>
        </DashboardToolBar>
        <div>
          content
        </div>
        <DashboardNavBar>
          <Link>go to home</Link>
        </DashboardNavBar>
      </div>
    );
  }
}
 

WSHandler (0.8.0+)

WSHandler componnet is used for websocket to handle message.

import React from 'react';
import { WSHandler } from 'choerodon-front-boot';
 
class Example1 extends React.Component {
  handleMessage = (data) => {
  };
  
  render() {
    <WSHandler
      path="choerodon:msg"
      key="..."
      onMessage={this.handleMessage}
    >
      {
        data => (
          <span>{data}</span>
        )
      }
    </WSHandler>
  }
}
 
  • Set property webSocketServer in config.js.
  • By default, path is choerodon:msg. It will open a websocket connection as ws://ws.example.com/choerodon:msg. Each handler use the same path will open only one websocket connection.
  • Set props key for subscript message.
  • Props onMessage is used to handle message from server.
  • The children of WSHandler can be a function which argument provide the received message.

Dependencies

  • Node environment (6.9.0+)
  • Git environment
  • Python environment(2.7)

Related documents and information

Reporting Issues

If you find any shortcomings or bugs, please describe them in the issue.

How to Contribute

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install

npm i choerodon-front-boot

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version

0.10.11

license

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choerodon.io

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