var caradoc = require('caradoc'); var server = caradoc.server; server.start();
$ npm -g install caradoc $ caradoc projectName
The quickest way to get started with caradoc is to utilize the executable
caradoc(1) to generate an application as shown below:
Create a bundle: // this option is not create at this moment
$ cd /path/to/your/project $ caradoc newBundle bundleName
$ npm install
Start the server:
$ node app
Framework to create web application runing on nodejs with minimal knowlegde on this. create bundle configure your routes in config/routes.js and define the actions for those routes in controller file.
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