This is a super simple command line module that creates a new github project along with HTML5 boilerplate.
Works on Macs / linux or things that have
$ github-web <github repo>
When you run a repo gets created in the logged in account along with the html file:
github-web globally on you computer with NPM:
$ npm install -g github-web
From any terminal window, run the
github-web <repo-name> command to get the boilerplate copied to you clipboard.
$ github-web <repo-name>
Then paste it where you want it. Done!
Clone this repository (or a fork of it) to your computer:
$ git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:sumn2u/Github-HTML-CLI.git
$ cd Github-HTML-CLI
Link this version to your system so that Node uses it when you run
github-web. From inside the
Github-HTML-CLI directory link it:
$ npm link
github-web <repo-name> from any terminal window. Yay!