To install Core Server and start a new project, run the following commands:
npm install -g core-server core-server --init
Description: Core Server helps teams set a standard project structure and workings for all sort of Node projects.
We developed Core Server to provide a standard and global project structure for our web platforms developed in-house. We were loosing to much time figuring out a project structure for each seperate project. We open sourced as it may help other developers facing the same problems.
Technology stack: Core Server is based on Node's v10 architecture and has a tight integration with VueJS.
Status: Currently used by multiple launched projects! This open-source version is currently not yet production ready. We recently added a CLI and modular plugin system before open sourcing, which still needs testing. We started versioning since open sourcing the project. CHANGELOG.
Projects using Core Server
Project folder structure:
Using this project means that a certain folder structure is desired.
This can be achieved by running:
The folder structure looks like this:
Project root │ └─── api │ └─── ... │ └─── components │ └─── ... │ └─── resources │ └─── styles │ └─── ... │ └─── fonts │ └─── ... │ └─── img │ └─── ... │ └─── lib │ └─── init.js │ └─── config │ └─── servers.json │ └─── servers-production.json │ └─── public-api.json │ └─── plugins.json │ └─── package.json
To learn more about project setup please take a look at our Wiki.
Open up a terminal and make your way to your project root folder an run following command:
core-server [--port XXXX]
The default port is 8080. Your project will be accessible on http://localhost:8080/
Detailed instructions to develop and build Core Server from source can be found in our DEVELOPMENT document. We hope to see your great changes as contributions to this project.
We hope to provide a working project that fits many needs. In return we hope to improve Core Server with the help of the community.
Contributing can be done in many ways.Instructions on how to contribute scan be found in our CONTRIBUTING guide.
If you have questions, concerns, bug reports, etc, please file an issue in this repository's Issue Tracker.
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