Jam3 Frontend App Generator with no build configuration and no prompts.
- Developer Contribution Guide – Read first if you are a developer
- Main scripts – Running scripts
- Developer Guide – How to develop apps bootstrapped with the generator
The nyg generator is designed to function similar to yeoman. To get it running, simply follow these steps:
npm i nyg -gnpm i nyg-jam3 -gcd your-project-directorynyg nyg-jam3
Developer Contribution Guide
Contribute with boilerplate
- Go to
- Ready to go, everything is inside that folder
Contribute with the generation
/index.js, everything is there
If you are looking to contribute to the generator it is important to read the Developer Contribution Guide
In the template, you can run:
Runs the app in development mode.
Open http://localhost:3000 to view it in the browser.
You will automatically see the changes in your app after modifying your code, we are using HMR. You will also see build errors and warnings in the console as well as the browser.
npm run build
Builds the app for production to the
It correctly bundles React in production mode and optimizes the build for the best performance.
The build is minified and the filenames include the random hash strings in order to avoid server-side caching. (example: main.df8fsdfs.js)
By default, it also includes a service worker so that your app loads from local cache on future visits.
Before creating the production build, make sure removing everything you don't need. There are many samples in the generator to avoid prompting at the beginning of the project.
Your app is ready to be deployed.
Runs the test watcher in an interactive mode.
By default, it runs tests on the files that have changed since the last commit.
npm run release
To release new versions we are using standard-version.
- When PRs/commits land to your master branch, select the Squash and Merge option.
- Add a title and body that follows the Conventional Commits Specification.
$ git checkout master; git pull origin master
$ npm run release
$ git push --follow-tags origin master && npm publish
We are using
react-scripts as a base. You can checkout their User Guide. Everything here applies to the generator.
You can check out our Developer Guides to know more about the features and customizations.