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qf-start

CLI for quick React apps with Webpack2/Yarn/Jest

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Install & build new React projects in one command




Okay 'two commands' if you count the installing the package itself

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Only one thing is certain in life. You do not want to be fannying about with some convoluted front-end architecture. Unless you like torturing puppies. This CLI generates a very quick application:

  • Webpack 2
  • React
  • Less
  • Jest Unit Testing
  • Hot Reloading

QuickStart

Install globally so you can use from anywhere:

npm install -g qf-start

Then in any directory type:

qf-start my_awesome_project

This will create a new folder in the current directory, go into that folder, clone a new react project and yarn install. Then you are free to navigate into the folder and npm start to see things up & running.

If you want to be faster then you can append -l or launch as an argument. This simply adds npm start to the command chain, e.g:

qf-start my_awesome_project launch

You must install yarn i.e. brew install yarn if you do not already have it.

To Do

Pull requests and such are very much welcomed.

  • Implement ANY repository cloning from the commandline
  • Test on Linux & Windows
  • Allow npm install

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