npm install -g slush-oxygene
Remember to install
slush globally as well, if you haven't already:
npm install -g slush
Create a new folder for your project:
Run the generator from within the new folder:
cd my-angular-appslush oxygene
You will now be prompted to give your new AngularJS app a name, which will be dasherized and used in its
package.json respectively. The chosen name will be camelized and used as the main angular module as well, inside
You can choose between
Sass to use as the CSS Preprocessor for your project.
The preprocessor scaffolding is inspired by Todd Motto fireshell
The project structure with the Acme Module example included will look like this:
my-angular-app/├── .bowerrc├── .csslintrc├── .editorconfig├── .gitignore├── .jshintrc├── bower.json├── gulpfile.js # See "Gulpfile" below├── karma.conf.js├── README.md├── package.json└── src└── app├── app.js/coffee # Main app module and configuration├── index.html # The index.html/app layout template├── assets # A folder meant for images and such..│ └── .gitkeep├── modules│ └── AcmeModule # The name of the module│ ├── controllers # The controllers path│ ├── directives # The directives path│ ├── filters # The filters path│ ├── services # The services path│ ├── views # The partial views path│ └── AcmeModule.js/coffee # The Acme module└── styles├── modules # The breakpoints, typo, variables..├── partials # The partial views stylesheets path├── vendor # The vendor path└── app.styl/less/scss # Main app stylesheet
To start developing in your new generated project run:
Then head to
http://localhost:3000 in your browser.
serve tasks starts a static file server, which serves your AngularJS application, and a watch task which watches your files for changes and lints, builds and injects them into your index.html accordingly.
To run tests run:
To make the app ready for deploy to production run:
Now you have a
./dist folder with all your scripts and stylesheets concatenated and minified, also third party libraries installed with bower will be concatenated and minified into