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pxt-staticpkg Manual Page

@description Compiles PXT editor into static HTML files

Packages the target into static HTML pages

pxt staticpkg [--route route] [--githubpages] [--output output]

Description

Compiles the PXT editor into static HTML files that can be served without a server or integrated into an app. The resulting files are placed in built/packaged.

Flags:

route (optional)

Routing path. If missing, defaults to local. The route will be injected into the all the paths in the application.

githubpages (optional)

Generate a web site compatible with GitHub pages.

output (optional)

Directory for generated files.

bump (option)

Bump version number generating pages

~ hint

This directory is cleaned before starting the process.

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Deploying PXT with static files

Running pxt staticpkg will create a number of files under built/packaged. You can use pxt serve -pkg or any other any web server. For example, you can use http-server for easy testing.

npm install -g http-server
http-server -c-1 built/packaged

You can also run pxt staticpkg --route foo, which will create files under built/packaged/foo that assume they sit under /foo/ on the web server. If you do not specify anything, the files assume they sit right under /. To test it, run pxt serve -pkg and head to http://localhost:3232/foo/index.html.

GitHub Pages support

GitHub provides you with free hosting for your project files.

If you wish to publish your web site to GitHub pages, simply add --githubpages to the command.

This will:

  • create a fresh checkout in built/gh-pages if needed
  • implicitly run pxt staticpkg --route repo-name
  • copy files from built/packaged/repo-name to built/gh-pages
  • add files to git, commit, and push

You can then head to https://your-username.github.io/repo-name/.

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