This project has been archived and is considered outdated and unmaintained.
We officialy advise to use the coresponding CLI tools for the framework you use:
Of course, we have some regrets regarding our users, Yeoman users and some goals we had with Fountain (like giving important tool choices to users, harmonizing projects configurations between frameworks...) but still, you can use official CLI tools with confidence as they are great project which went further for development experience and Web optimization.
Fountain Webapp Generator
This Yeoman generator allows you to start any Webapp with the best Developer Experience out of the box!
No matter what framework or module management you want to use, we got you covered with a cutting edge working configuration.
We use Gulp 4 as a task manager but we'll ask you questions about:
- Framework: React, Angular 2, Angular 1, Vue 2
- Modules management: Webpack, SystemJS, none
- JS preprocessor: Babel, TypeScript, none
- CSS preprocessor: Sass, Stylus, Less, none
This generator is the entry point of the Yeoman Fountain generators for webapps. It can be considered as the v2 of generator-gulp-angular.
Generator Fountain Webapp structure
To take profit of the best of the Yeoman infrastructure, we heavily relies on the composability natures of the generators.
Thereby, each needs of your future application will be addressed by a dedicated Yeoman generator (each will be used depending of the options you selected or not).
More informations in DESIGN.md.
Web framework layer
This generators can be used directly to bypass the framework question.
Web tooling layer
Module management layer
Requirement Node 6+ && NPM 3+
This generator is targeted to be used with Node >= 6.0.0 and NPM => 3.0.0. You can check your version number with the command
node --version && npm --version
Install required tools
npm install -g yo
npm install -g generator-fountain-webapp
Create a new directory, and go into:
mkdir my-new-project && cd my-new-project
yo fountain-webapp, and select desired technologies:
Use NPM scripts
npm run buildto build an optimized version of your application in /dist
npm run serveto launch a browser sync server on your source files
npm run serve:distto launch a server on your optimized application
npm run testto launch your unit tests with Karma
npm run test:autoto launch your unit tests with Karma in watch mode
Or Gulp tasks
If you have
gulp-cli installed in global packages you can use equivalent:
If you don't have
gulp-cli installed in global, you should have this error:
/usr/local/lib/node_modules/gulp/bin/gulp.js:121 gulpInst.start.apply(gulpInst, toRun); TypeError: Cannot read property 'apply' of undefined
If you want to access sub-generators, you have to globally install one of the following generators:
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