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A Command Line Interface for installing and managing Co.Koa MVC applications.
Installation of co-koa-cli
co-koa-cli is available to install on NPM:
npm i co-koa-cli -g
Installing a new Co.Koa project on your system
with the co-koa-cli installed, in terminal, simply navigate to a desired directory in terminal and type:
fill in a few details (these can be changed afterwards by modifying your project's package.json)
once installation is finished, type
npm install to download the project's core dependencies.
That's it, you're all setup!
note: By default, Co.Koa ships with the co-koa-mongoose-plugin. This will use
'mongodb://localhost:27017/coKoa' as its connection string. for more information on this and other aspects of co-koa and Mongo, see the links below:
--version Show version number [boolean] --create build a new Co.Koa application in your current working directory or, if supplied, an absolute directory. Ensure you have permission to write! [string] --createController creates a Co.Koa Controller. Must be supplied with a name (without the word "Controller" appended to it). [string] --createIntegrationTest creates a Co.Koa Jest Integration Test. Must be supplied with a name. [string] --createModel creates a Co.Koa Model. Must be supplied with a name. [string] --createService creates a Co.Koa Service. Must be supplied with a name (without the word "Service" appended to it). [string] --createUnitTest creates a Co.Koa Jest Unit Test. Must be supplied with a name. [string] --help, -h Show help [boolean]
for more information on Co.Koa and its installation, navigate to the Co.Koa github page.