qnd
quick and dirty development builds
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qnd

Quick and Dirty development builds for reason

qnd provides some additional functionality while developing on the web with reason. qnd includes hot reloading, devserver, runtime error overlay and fancy console errors out of the box. qnd utilizes webpack under the hood in order to provide this functionality but imposes no knowledge of webpack.

Install

yarn add qnd -D

# OR

npm install qnd --save-dev

Usage

To get started with qnd all you need to do is create a file and pass your app entry and the project __dirname. Then it will start a server at port 8000:

// qnd.js
var qnd = require('qnd');

qnd('development', './path/to/app.re', __dirname)();

In your index.html add the following:

<script src="bundle.js"></script>

Then in your package.json add a script to your npm scripts section:

"scripts": {
  ...
  "qnd": "node qnd.js"
}

If you want to create a production bundle:

qnd('production', './path/to/app.re', __dirname)();

If not specified qnd assumes/defaults emits its output into a dist folder. qnd also assumes that your index.html file is in the dist folder. The index.html is served when hitting /, if your index.html is not in dist make sure to specify where it is.

More examples

var qnd = require('qnd');
// If you have multiple entry points pass an object
// The name of the ouput from qnd will be named after the key
qnd(
  'development', 
  {
    app: './path/to/app.re',
    app2: './path/to/app.re'
  }, 
  __dirname, 
  'ouput', // location you want to place qnd output
  '/public/index.html' // location of the index.html file being served
  )(8001, true); // change the port number to 8001 and set sourceMaps to be generated

API

The qnd function takes your application entry settings. It then returns a function which takes devserver options. More often then not you will not need to configure settings for the devserver because it has sane defaults.

qnd(build: 'development' | 'production', sources: string, dirname: string, output: string, html: string)(
  port: number, sourceMaps: boolean
)

build: whether you want to run qnd in production or development.

sources: the entry file(s) to your application source.

dirname: root direcroty name of the current application.

output[optional]: the location you want to place the output from qnd. Defaults to /dist.

html[optional]: the location of your index.html. Defaults to /dist/index.html.

port[optional]: the port you want the development server to run on. Defaults to 8000. Example value: 3000.

sourceMaps[optional]: application source maps to original code. Defaults to false.

License

MIT

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