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ljve.io lists no main file and has no index.js, so it can't be directly required. If this is a mistake, please let us know. It may however contain internal files that you can require manually:
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Currently the project is still under development.
You can get it to through npm with:
# Windows npm install ljve.io -g # Linux/Mac sudo npm install ljve.io -g
Node.js 4.0 is our runtime for project development. The project targets 0.10.x (to support old ARM without VFP4) and 0.12.x branches too.
To list the supported commands and start ljve.io with:
# print available commands ljve help # launch environment without development tools (production) ljve run # launch environment with development tools (web terminal, console and ide) ljve develop # launch environment with both development tools (see above) and debugger enabled ljve debug
To get started, create a new application boilerplate with:
# create a folder that will contain app files on Linux/Mac mkdir -p ~/ljve/hello cd ~/ljve/hello # initialiaze boilerplate using default template (in current folder) ljve create
# create a folder that will contain app files on Windows mkdir -p %HOMEPATH%\Desktop\ljve\hello cd %HOMEPATH%\Desktop\ljve\hello # initialiaze boilerplate using default template (in current folder) ljve create
Start the environment and empty application with:
# launch environment and application with all development tools enabled ljve debug
You can now have fun visiting ports 9090 (web console), 9091 (web debugger), 9092 (web ide) and 9093 (web terminal).
If you want to contribute to the ljve.io project development, please carefully read and mind the following guidelines.
Project management tools (Atlassian JIRA and more) are available at https://epm.novetica.org/ (public sign-up is enabled).
Work in progress. The project web site will be available at http://ljve.io/.
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