What is Nx?
🔎 Extensible Dev Tools for Monorepos.
Nx Helps You
Use Modern Tools
Using Nx, you can add TypeScript, Cypress, Jest, Prettier, Angular, React, Storybook, Next.js and Nest into your dev workflow. Nx sets up these tools and allows you to use them seamlessly. Nx fully integrates with the other modern tools you already use and love.
Build Full-Stack Applications
With Nx, you can build full-stack applications using modern frameworks. You can share code between the frontend and the backend. And you can use the same
build/test/serve commands throughout the whole dev experience.
Develop like Google, Facebook, and Microsoft
With Nx, you can develop multiple full-stack applications holistically and share code between them all in the same workspace. Nx provides advanced tools which help you scale your enterprise development. Nx also helps enforce your organization’s standards and community best practices.
Creating an Nx Workspace
npm init nx-workspace
yarn create nx-workspace
If it's your first Nx project, the command will recommend you to install
@nrwl/cli globally, so you can invoke
nx directly without going through yarn or npm.
Creating First Application
By default, an Nx workspace starts blank. There are no applications to build, serve, and test. To create one, you need to add capabilities to the workspace.
To add a web components app, run:
yarn add --dev @nrwl/web nx g @nrwl/web:app myapp # or just "nx g myapp"
npm install --save-dev @nrwl/web nx g @nrwl/web:app myapp # or just "nx g myapp"
To add an Angular app, run:
yarn add --dev @nrwl/angular nx g @nrwl/angular:app myapp # or just "nx g myapp"
npm install --save-dev @nrwl/angular nx g @nrwl/angular:app myapp # or just "nx g myapp"
To add a React app, run:
yarn add --dev @nrwl/react nx g @nrwl/react:app myapp # or just "nx g myapp"
npm install --save-dev @nrwl/react nx g @nrwl/react:app myapp # or just "nx g myapp"
nx g fails, use:
yarn nx g @nrwl/web:app myapp or
npm run nx -- g @nrwl/web:app myapp.
Regardless of what framework you chose, the resulting file tree will look like this:
<workspace name>/ ├── apps/ │ ├── myapp/ │ └── myapp-e2e/ ├── libs/ ├── tools/ ├── nx.json ├── package.json ├── tsconfig.json └── tslint.json
nx serve myappto serve the newly generated application!
nx test myappto test it.
nx e2e myapp-e2eto run e2e tests for it.
Angular users can also run
You are good to go!
Quick Start Videos
- Building Angular full-stack applications in a monorepo.
- Building React full-stack applications in a monorepo.
- Angular at Large Organizations
- Nx: The New Way to Build Enterprise Angular Apps
- Supercharging the Angular CLI
- Hands on Full Stack development with Nx and Bazel
- nx-examples repo has branches for different nx comments to display expected behavior and example app and libraries. Check out the branch (workspace, ngrx...) to see what gets created for you. More info on readme.
- xplat - Cross-platform tools for Nx workspaces
Want to help?
If you want to file a bug or submit a PR, read up on our guidelines for contributing and watch this video that will help you get started.
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