Sugo is an helper built on top of polpetta, it lets developers testing applications using new transpiler technologies.
Sugo supports TypeScript, ES6, and Facebook React JS and it can be expanded to support any kind of transpilers.
Why should I use sugo?
- polpetta with sugo is way better
- sugo is entirelly written with nano
- sugo has been tested by running it on raspberry pi
- I plan to add useful features in the near future
I have a bit of TODOs in mind, but please feel free to add any suggestion through GitHub Issue
Why don't you .gitignore node_modules?
Because I want sugo to be ready for testing as soon as one clones the project, even without running