@azulejo/backend

Application server with ssr support

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@azulejo/backend

Application server with SSR support

About

Is used to serve applications similar to @azulejo/client.

Modes

There are two possible modes:

  1. Static bundle mode
  2. SSR compatible mode

Static mode

public setting allows to load precompiled static assets.

// config/default.json
{
  "host": "localhost",
  "port": 3030,
  "public": "../node_modules/@azulejo/client/build",
}

SSR mode

assets setting suppres public path and allows to define directory with custom assets.

// config/default.json
{
  "host": "localhost",
  "port": 3030,
  "public": "../node_modules/@azulejo/client/build",
  "assets": "../node_modules/@azulejo/client/out",
}

In that case PUG template(index.pug) will be served.

Engine

About

This project uses Feathers. An open source web framework for building modern real-time applications.

Getting Started

Getting up and running is as easy as 1, 2, 3.

  1. Make sure you have NodeJS and npm installed.

  2. Install your dependencies

    cd path/to/azulejo-backend; npm install
    
  3. Start your app

    npm start
    

Testing

Simply run npm test and all your tests in the test/ directory will be run.

Scaffolding

Feathers has a powerful command line interface. Here are a few things it can do:

$ npm install -g @feathersjs/cli          # Install Feathers CLI

$ feathers generate service               # Generate a new Service
$ feathers generate hook                  # Generate a new Hook
$ feathers generate model                 # Generate a new Model
$ feathers help                           # Show all commands

Help

For more information on all the things you can do with Feathers visit docs.feathersjs.com.

License

Copyright (c) 2016

Licensed under the MIT license.

If you find any bugs or have a feature request, please open an issue on github!

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