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Atomic Reactor CLI

A CLI for creating Reactium / Actinium projects.

Installation

$ npm install -g reactium

Usage

$ reactium <command> [options]

Usage: reactium <command> [options]

Options:
  -v, --version             output the version number
  -h, --help                display help for command

Commands:
  init [options]            Initialize a new Reactium project
  label [options]           Label a directory for use in other commands.
  update                    Update Reactium / Actinium in current directory.
  commander [options]       Create a CLI function.
  config [options]          Set ARCLI key:value pairs.
  install [options] [name]  Install an Actinium or Reactium Plugin.
  list                      List arcli packages.
  publish [options]         Publish an Actinium or Reactium module.
  uninstall <name>          Uninstall an Actinium or Reactium Plugin.

Commands

Reactium Install

Downloads and installs Reactium into the current working directory. If the directory is not empty, you will be prompted to overwrite it or cancel the operation.

Usage

$ reactium init

The config reactium.repo url is used when downloading Reactium. The config actinium.repo url is used when downloading Reactium.

<update>

Detects if the current directory is Reactium or Actinium project. Downloads and installs Reactium or Actinium .core and updates to the package.json into the current working directory. The current version of your project will be backed up to the .BACKUP directory before update.

Usage

$ reactium update

<config>

Set or change configuration options.

Usage

$ reactium config --key 'reactium.repo' --value 'https://github.com/Atomic-Reactor/Reactium/archive/develop.zip'

The above would set the Reactium install package to the develop branch.

Flags:

--key, --value

-- key

The config object key. Use dot notation to access deeper keys in the config object.

--value

The config object value. You can set array values by putting a space between each value.

$ reactium config --key 'toolkit.types' --value 'atom molecule organism template link page'
Default config
{
  "prompt": {
    "delimiter": "",
    "prefix": "[ARCLI] > ",
    "prefixColor": "cyan"
  },
  "commands": [
    "[root]/commands",                      // Resolves to the ~/global/node_modules/ARCLI/commands directory. Used for global commands.
    "[cwd]/.core/.cli/commands",            // Resolves to the ~/project/.core/.cli/commands directory. Used for application core commands.
    "[cwd]/.cli/commands"                   // Resolves to the ~/project/.cli/commands directory. Used for project specific commands.
    "[cwd]/node_modules/**/.cli/commands"   // Resolves to any .cli/commands directories in the ~/project/node_modules directory.
  ],
  "reactium": {
    "repo": "https://github.com/Atomic-Reactor/Reactium/archive/master.zip",
    "types": [
      "functional",
      "class"
    ]
  },
  "actinium": {
    "repo": "https://github.com/Atomic-Reactor/Actinium-2.0/archive/master.zip"
  },
  "registry": {
    "app": "ReactiumRegistry",
    "server": "https://v1.reactium.io/api"
  },
  "toolkit": {
    "types": [
      "atom",
      "molecule",
      "organism",
      "template",
      "link"
    ]
  }
}

<commander>

Create custom ARCLI commands.

Usage

$ reactium commander

You will be prompted for a destination and command name

Flags:

--destination, --command, --overwrite

-d, --destination

Path where the command is saved.

If you're creating a project specific command, use the shortcut: cwd/ when specifying the destination.

This is the recommended location for custom commands.

$ reactium commander --destination 'cwd/my/function'

The boilerplate code for a new ARCLI function will be created in the ~/.cli/commands/my/function directory.

If you're creating an application specific command, use the shortcut app/ when specifying the destination.

Beware: Application specific commands are only suggested if you're contributing to the application and want those commands pushed out to future versions. For instance if you want to create a new Reactium or Actinium core command and plan on submitting a pull request for your new feature. Otherwise, they will be overwritten when you update your version of Reactium or Actinium.

$ reactium commander -d 'app/my/function'

The boilerplate code for a new ARCLI function will be created in the ~/.core/.cli/commands/my/function directory.

If you're creating a new ARCLI command, use the shortcut root/ when specifying the destination.

Beware: Root commands are only suggested if you're contributing to ARCLI and plan on submitting a pull request for your new feature. Otherwise, they will be overwritten whenever you update your version of ARCLI.

$ reactium commander -d 'root/my/function'
-c, --command

The command prompt.

$ reactium commander --command fubar --destination 'cwd/fubar'

You can create a command that accepts parameters as well:

$ reactium commander --command 'fubar test'

Creates a command that would be run by entering the following: reactium fubar test

Reactium Commands

<component>

Create or replace a Reactium component.

Usage

$ reactium component

Flags:

--name, --destination, --type, --type, --route, --redux, --redux-all, --actions, --actionTypes, --reducers, --services, --stylesheet, --overwrite

-n, --name

The component name. Used when importing the component.

-d, --destination

Path of the component's parent directory. If you're creating a component named Fubar and specify components/ as the --destination, the component will be saved to:

~/project/src/app/components/Fubar
-t, --type

The type of component to create. Uses the config reactium.types value for the list of types. Default types: functional | class

--route

Includes the route.js file for a routed component.

--stylesheet

Include _style.scss file and import into a parent stylesheet.

<style>

Create a Reactium or Toolkit stylesheet.

Usage

$ reactium style -d 'cwd/public/assets/style' -f 'my-style.scss' -o

Flags:

--destination, --filename, --overwrite

-d, --destination

Path where the stylesheet is saved.

You can use the shortcut components/, common-ui/, or cwd/ when specifying the destination.

-f, --filename

The file name of the stylesheet.

-o, --overwrite

Overwrite an existing version of the stylesheet.

Toolkit Commands

<element> <create|update|remove>

Manage toolkit elements.

Usage

$ reactium element create

$ reactium element update

$ reactium element remove

If no flags are specified, you will be prompted to input corresponding values.

Flags:

--id, --name, --group, --label, --menu-order, --stylesheet, --documentation, --code, --dna

--id

The element ID. Used when indexing the element in the toolkit manifest file.

--name

The element name. Used when importing the element into other components.

--group

The group the element is apart of. Groups are how the toolkit menu structures elements.

--label

The menu link text.

--menu-order

The menu link index relative to other elements in the group.

--stylesheet

Add a stylesheet for the element.

--documentation

Create a readme for the element and display it in the toolkit.

--code

Show the Code View for the element.

--dna

Show the DNA info for the element.

<group> <create|update|remove>

Manage toolkit groups. Use this command to move things around in the toolkit manifest.

Usage

$ reactium group create

Flags:

--id, --menu-order, --label, --overwrite

--id

The group id.

--menu-order

The toolkit manifest index.

--label

The menu item text label.

--overwrite

Overwrite the group object,

Actinium Commands

Actinium Install

Downloads and installs Actinium into the current working directory. If the directory is not empty, you will be prompted to overwrite it or cancel the operation.

Usage

$ reactium init -t api

<cloud>

Actinium uses The Parse Platform and this command helps in creating new Parse.Cloud functions.

Usage

$ reactium cloud

Flags:

--destination, --collection, --definitions, --beforeFind, --beforeDelete, --beforeSave, --afterSave, --afterDelete, --overwrite

--destination

Parent directory of the Cloud Function.

Actinium looks in the ~/src/app/cloud directory for .js files and loads them as cloud functions. You can use the cloud/ shortcut when specifying the destination. Example: $ reactium element --destination 'cloud/my/function will put the cloud function in the ~/src/app/cloud/my/function directory.

--collection

The database collection for before/after hooks.

// Use the Parse.User collection
$ reactium element --collection '_User'
--definition

Parse.Cloud.define() definitions.

$ reactium element --definitions 'userSave userDelete'

Note: you can specify multiple definitions by putting a space between values.

--beforeFind

Include Parse.Cloud.beforeFind(COLLECTION) function.

--beforeDelete

Include Parse.Cloud.beforeDelete(COLLECTION) function.

--beforeSave

Include Parse.Cloud.beforeSave(COLLECTION) function.

--afterDelete

Include Parse.Cloud.afterDelete(COLLECTION) function.

--afterSave

Include Parse.Cloud.afterSave(COLLECTION) function.

See the Parse Cloud Guide for more information on Cloud functions.

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