Getting Started with Electrode Ignite

Electrode is a platform that involves many pieces and environments. To ensure you have everything working together, an npm module electrode-ignite is available with a CLI command that's the single entry point to help you start development with the Electrode platform.

Installation

If you have not done so yet, please check Requirements for setting up your development environment.

Usage

You can use electrode-ignite with an interactive menu by running ignite, or you can run it with the command name directly.

To see a list of the commands available, run ignite --help

Ignite Menu

To see the interactive menu, run:

$ ignite

The Ignite Menu will show as below:

Electrode Ignite Menu

Single Ignite Task

Electrode Ignite can also be invoked with a single command by specifying the name.

For example, to check your NodeJS and npm version for Electrode development:

$ ignite check-nodejs

To generate a new Electrode React App:

$ ignite generate-app

You can check the list of command by:

$ ignite --help

And the help on usage will show as below:

Electrode Ignite Help

Available Ignite Tasks

  • check-nodejs - Check your NodeJS and npm environment
  • generate-app - Generate an Electrode application
  • generate-component - Generate an Electrode component
  • add-component - Add a component to your existing component repo
  • docs - Electrode official documenation
  • help - Show help on usage

Let's get start with Electrode App|Component by Electrode Ignite in the next few sections.

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