Theoricus uses simple naming conventions (as you see in rails and many others), with a powerful build system behind it. There's also a naviagation mechanism built to let your free to code your shit instead of handling url's manually.
It's in a very alpha version, use at your own risk.
Have fun. :)
Do not hesitate to open a feature request or a bug report.
A place to talk about it, ask anything, get in touch. Luckily you'll be answered sooner than later.
Got your hands into the source? We're here to help you.
npm install -g theoricus
Theoricus help screen.
Usage:the [options] [params]Options:-n, --new Creates a new app-g, --generate Generates a new model, view or controller-d, --destroy Destroys a new model, view, or controller-s, --start Starts app in dev mode at localhost-c, --compile Compiles app in dev mode-r, --release Releases app for production-p, --preview Releases app for production at localhost-i, --index Saving indexed version of app using `Snapshooter`-v, --version Shows theoricus version-h, --help Shows this help screen--url Use with `-i` to inform a specif url to crawl--snapshooter Use with `-i` to pass custom flags to `Snapshooter`--rf Use with -d [view|mvc] for deleting the whole view folder--src Use with -n for use a specific theoricus version as a git submodule--nogitsub Use with --src for avoiding automatic git submodule setup--base Application base directory (in case you're inside it)Examples:• Creating new appthe -n <app-name>the -n <app-name> --src <gh-user>/<gh-repo>#<repo-branch>• Generating models, views and controllersthe -g model <model-name>the -g view <controller-name>/<view-name>the -g controller <controller-name>the -g mvc <controller-name>* Models and views names are singular, controllers are plural• Destroying models, views and controllersthe -d model <model-name>the -d view <controller-name>/<view-name>the -d controller <controller-name>the -d mvc <controller-name>the -d mvc <controller-name> --rf* Models and views names are singular, controllers are plural
To scaffold a new working project:
the -n myawesomeapp
It'll produce the following structure, which contains a default page section and
404 Not Found error page:
myawesomeapp├── README.md├── package.json├── polvo.yml├── public│ ├── app.css│ ├── app.js│ └── index.html└── src├── app│ ├── app.coffee│ ├── config│ │ ├── routes.coffee│ │ └── settings.coffee│ ├── controllers│ │ ├── app_controller.coffee│ │ ├── ovos.coffee│ │ └── pages.coffee│ ├── models│ │ ├── app_model.coffee│ │ ├── ovo.coffee│ │ └── page.coffee│ └── views│ ├── app_view.coffee│ ├── ovos│ │ └── index.coffee│ └── pages│ ├── container.coffee│ ├── index.coffee│ └── notfound.coffee├── styles│ ├── ovos│ │ └── index.styl│ ├── pages│ │ ├── container.styl│ │ ├── index.styl│ │ └── notfound.styl│ └── shared│ └── _bootstrap.styl└── templates├── ovos│ └── index.jade└── pages├── container.jade├── index.jade└── notfound.jade
cd myawesomeappthe -s
Visit the url http://localhost:11235 and you should see a success status.
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