Yeoman generator for Azure Service Fabric Mesh projects
npm install -g yonpm install -g generator-azuresfmesh
The commands might ask for root access. Please run them with
sudo, if needed.
Then generate your new project template:
Add a new service to a generated app template:
You can have a look at the documentation to understand how you can deploy the generated Service Fabric Mesh application
Getting To Know Yeoman
- Yeoman has a heart of gold.
- Yeoman is a person with feelings and opinions, but is very easy to work with.
- Yeoman can be too opinionated at times but is easily convinced not to be.
- Feel free to learn more about Yeoman.
This project welcomes contributions and suggestions.
Steps to contribute
Once you have figured out all the legalities above, you can follow the steps below -
- Create a fork of this repository
- Git clone the forked repository to your development box
- Make the changes
- You can update your local Yeo using
sudo npm linkas required) at the project root-level
- Create a new project with
yo azuresfmesh(ensure it picks Yeo node-module bits from your local changes)
- Add a new service with
yo azuresfmesh:addService(ensure you created a project from previous command)
- Validate that changes are working as expected and not breaking anything regressively by creating and deploying the generated project on Azure
- Raise a pull request and share with us
Debugging generator using vscode
- Open the repository's root folder in VScode.
- Run the command
which yoand update the program's value in launch.json if it does not match with yours.
- Press F5 to start debugging.