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README.md

BOOOM!

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A simple CLI to scaffold some files or folder structures to kickstart new projects.

BOOOM! is a tool which helps to rapidly get started with a new project. A common use cases would be to create some basic config files like e.g. .editorconfig, .gitattributes, .gitignore etc. To create them every time manually can be really annoying. With booom it's just a simple terminal command and you can start coding immediately. "BOOOM!" that's it.

Install

First thing is to install booom globally using npm:

$ npm install --global booom

Usage

$ booom --help
  
  Usage:
    $ booom <url>

  Options:
    --help      Show information
    --version   Show current version

  <url> should be a .zip file
  
  Examples
    $ booom https://github.com/andreruffert/booom--standard/archive/master.zip

Scaffolding templates

A very simple scaffolding template could be e.g. this. All files/folders located in the templates directory would be extracted to your current working directory (i.e. the directory from which you invoked the booom command).

License

MIT © André Ruffert