npm install -g yo
npm install -g generator-derby
yo derby --coffee
Create a new Derby project.
yo derby app-name
Create a new additional Derby app. Inside existing Derby-project (created by generator-derby).
derby-starter. This is
useful for bug reports and simple experiments.
How to use:
The created project has the very simple structure:
index.js - the very basic derby-app.
index.html - html-file for the app.
server.js - bootstraping server-part
Note: you should have
redis installed (At the moment
redis, so make sure you have it).
yo derby:component component-name
Creates a Derby component inside current folder.
Run inside of an project (created with
yo derby) in the
/components/ folder, the new component will
be put into
Run with name started with
d- prefix, the new component will be a new package, ready for
publishing to NPM.
The package and class name will be derived from the dashed name, f.e
Skips the automatic execution of
npm after scaffolding has finished.
Add support for CoffeeScript.
If you use redis in your derby-project take into account REDIS_URL is in the
To debug you app in the browser console use:
MODEL global variables.
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