@copart/coa

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@copart/coa (create-ops-app)

Usage

npm i -g @copart/coa
coa <appName> [...options]

coa <appName> will clone the boiler, remove the .git folder associated with the boiler's repo, git init as a new repo, install dependencies with yarn, and start the webpack development server. You can immediately begin building your app.

To get help with the tool and see available options, run coa --help.

Options

coa provides a few different options to help you have a more seamless experience when creating your project.

start

default: true usage: coa my-app start <value> shorthand: -s <value>

Development

# test clone, git handling, name handling, install, and start
npm i
npm start
# test git committing and pushing
npm i
npm run test-push
# test help documentation
npm i
npm run help

Notes

  • If you do not have access to the copartit/ops-app-boilerplate repo, coa will not work for you. Please check to see if you can see the repo on Github before attempting to use coa. If it is hidden from you, please contact me (Colton Colcleasure, @colshacol on Slack) and I will give you access.

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

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