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    Fervor

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    Example App: https://github.com/fervorous/fervor-todo-mvc
    Docs: https://github.com/fervorous/fervor/wiki
    Getting Started: https://github.com/fervorous/fervor/wiki/Getting-Started

    A batteries included, config free, fullstack framework to build modern web apps. Just write your data migrations, throw some components together and we'll handle the rest. We know you want universal rendering, we know you want to own your own data, we know you don't really want to write your own APIs that just move some data from one place to another. We've automated all that away, integrated with all the best libraries in the node community.

    Major Features:

    1. Universal React
    2. Auto generated GraphQL based on your Postgres schema
    3. Data Migrations
    4. Server and client rendered GraphQL
    5. CSS Modules
    6. Hot reloading
    7. CLI
    8. Service Worker Caching
    9. Progressive Web App Ready
    10. Code Splitting: Base bundles, routes and common files

    How to Start

    Pre-requisites

    1. PostgreSQL installed and running (OSX guide, Linux guide)
    2. NodeJS installed - take a look at NVM
    3. Install Yarn (Required - for now)

    Create a new app

    1. yarn global add fervor
    2. fervor create [your app name]; cd [your app name]
    3. yarn install
    4. Create a database (createdb [appname]), or update the .env file
    5. yarn start:dev

    Note - fervor create will create an app in the current directory, and use the current directory name as the name of the app.

    Some next steps

    • Create some migrations using fervor migrate:make [migration name]
    • Run the migrations using fervor migrate:latest, rollback using fervor migrate:rollback
    • Have some fun with your auto generated graphql. Inspect by visiting http://localhost:3000/admin/graphiql
    • Write some React components, and make your app look great!
    • Deploy to heroku copying app.json from our example app. Also copy the heroku prebuild step from package.json
    • Try out the production build locally by running yarn build; yarn start:prod

    Contributors

    Your name could be here too! Read CONTRIBUTING.md for more details

    parris

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    Install

    npm i fervor

    DownloadsWeekly Downloads

    90

    Version

    2.3.1

    License

    MIT

    Unpacked Size

    2.28 MB

    Total Files

    233

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