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@nosplatform/create-nos-dapp v0.2.3

Create a dapp on the nOS platform


This is a CLI tool to generate a dApp project for the nOS platform, in your favorite frontend technology.


The goal of this project is to provide a quickstart for creating nOS dApps with various frontend technologies already installed and configured to work with the nOS platform.


First, we need to install the npm package. This will make the create-nos-dapp command available in your command prompt. You can install the npm package by executing one of the following commands

# Using yarn
yarn global add @nosplatform/create-nos-dapp

# Using npm
npm i -g @nosplatform/create-nos-dapp


Direct usage

At this point the create-nos-dapp command should be available. To create a dApp for nOS, simply open up your command prompt and execute:


It will now ask you to choose a project template and what name you'd like to give it. The CLI-tool will create the project in the current working directory.

Usage with flags

If you'd like to get started even faster - you could also pass some arguments to the create-nos-dapp.

usage: create-nos-dapp [-h] [-v] [-t TYPE] [-n NAME]


Optional arguments:
  -h, --help            Show this help message and exit.
  -v, --version         Show program's version number and exit.
  -t TYPE, --type TYPE  Template type (react/vanilla/vue)
  -n NAME, --name NAME  Project name, f.e. my-nos-dapp

Resources to get started with the generated project

API Documentation

Getting started with the project templates

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