Quickly launch Assemble-based projects using grunt-init, including starter templates and data.
npm i -g grunt-cli grunt-init
Once grunt-init is installed, place this template in your
~/.grunt-init/ directory. It's recommended that you use
git clone to install this template into that directory as follows:
git clone ~/.grunt-init/assemble
(Windows users, see the documentation for the correct destination directory path)
grunt-init to use custom default values, move the
defaults.json file to your
~/.grunt-init/ directory, and customize the values in that file.
Note: you can make the template available as any name you choose by simply changing the name of the folder that the template is installed into. So instead of
~/.grunt-init/assemble, you may change the name to
~/.grunt-init/foo so that the template can be used with the following command:
grunt init is intalled. At the command-line, cd into an empty directory and run
grunt-init assemble and follow the prompts. You might want to test that it works before you begin customizing the project:
- Next, run
npm install && bower installto install the project's dependencies.
- Then, run
gruntto build the project and test that it works.
Note that this template will generate files in the current directory, so be sure to change to a new directory first.
- generator-assemble: Yeoman generator for Assemble, the static site generator built on Grunt.js. Kickstart new Assemble projects in just a few seconds, including templates, data, layouts, and a theme.
- grunt-init-assemble: Grunt init template for Assemble, the static site generator built on Grunt.js. Kickstart new Assemble projects in just a few seconds, including templates, data, layouts, and a theme.
- grunt-init-assemble-plugin: Generate a plugin for Assemble.
- grunt-init-basic: grunt-init template for a very basic project. includes nodeunit tests, jshint, watch, clean, and assemble for converting readme to a simple gh-pages index page.
- grunt-init-ghpages: Quickly build gh-pages documentation from a project README using Grunt.js and Assemble, a Node.js alternative to Jekyll.
- grunt-init-helper: Grunt init template for creating Assemble helpers.
Some plugins from the Assemble core team that you might be interested in using in your projects:
- assemble-contrib-anchors: Assemble plugin for creating anchor tags from generated html.
- assemble-contrib-contextual: Generates a JSON file containing the context of each page. Basic plugin to help see what's happening in the build.
- assemble-contrib-decompress: Assemble plugin for extracting zip, tar and tar.gz archives.
- assemble-contrib-download: Assemble plugin for downloading files from GitHub.
- assemble-contrib-lunr: Assemble plugin for creating a search engine within your static site using lunr.js.
- assemble-contrib-markdown: Convert markdown files to HTML using marked.js. This plugin is an alternative to Assemble's markdown Handlebars helpers. Both are useful in different scenarios.
- assemble-contrib-permalinks: Permalinks plugin for Assemble, the static site generator for Grunt.js and Yeoman. This plugin enables powerful and configurable URI replacement patterns, presets, uses Moment.js for parsing dates, and much more.
- assemble-contrib-sitemap: Sitemap generator plugin for Assemble
- assemble-contrib-toc: Create a table of contents in the generated HTML, using Cheerio.js
- assemble-contrib-wordcount: Assemble plugin for displaying a word-count on blog posts or pages. Visit assemble.io/plugins for more information about Assemble plugins.
- boilerplate-bootstrap: Build Bootstrap with Assemble instead of Jekyll.
- boilerplate-gist-blog: Use Assemble to create a blog from GitHub Gists.
- boilerplate-h5bp: Assemble + HTML5 Boilerplate.
- boilerplate-markdown: Use Assemble to generate HTML pages from markdown content. Useful for wikis, gh-pages, documentation and blogs or sites with markdown posts.
- boilerplate-site: Demonstrates how to use Assemble to build a site. Includes layouts, pages, partials, and markdown content.
- boilerplate-sitemap: Generate a sitemap with Assemble.
- boilerplate-swig: Example of using swig templates with Assemble.
Copyright and license
Copyright 2013 Jon Schlinkert