With websak, there is no need to manually install a long list devDependencies in your package,
such as eslint and shared config, babel family, mocha family etc.
All you need is just install
websak and use it to:
Always install the cli globally, and should used only with
npm >= 3.
npm i websak-cli -g
You should init a project first, to make the project websak-compatible.
websak init -b <boilerplate>.
Currently the boilerplate option only support
node(which is just a simple project).
After init a websak-compatible project, run
websak <command> in your project root directory,
and fly with the help!
websak create: create files, like .npmignore, .gitignore, .eslintrc
websak build: build the source to output dir, and convert the es6 to es5
websak publish: publish to npm or just check or just pack
And you can also add the command to the
"prepublish": "websak test && websak publish -c"
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