Terra Toolkit is a utility module used to facilitate independent development of Terra projects. This toolkit provides build scripts, configurations, and Webdriver Services needed to serve assets, compile webpack, and run webdriver.io tests to streamline development of npm packages.
terra-dev-site is a node module that extends the configurations offered by toolkit.
- Getting Started
- Serve Options
- Webdriver.io Utility
- Webpack Configuration
- Install toolkit and its peer dependencies as dev-dependencies with npm:
> npm install --save-dev terra-toolkit webpack webpack-cli webpack-dev-server @babel/cli @babel/core
To use Terra Toolkit for local webdriver testing, you must install docker on your machine.
- Install Docker version 17.09.0 or higher. Installation instructions can be found at https://docs.docker.com/install/.
Terra Toolkit provides a built-in mechanism for aggregating themes.
See the Theme Aggregation to get started.
Terra Toolkit offers two ways to serve your client side application,
serve-static. Serve provides a hot-reloading, development only option via webpack-dev-server, while serve-static is a non-hot-reloading express server. Serve-static supports IE10 and is used in webdriver testing.
See the Serve Guide to get started.
Webdriver.io is a framework for writing webdriver powered tests to validate functionality in browsers. The Webdriver.io framework provides services for setting up a selenium server, starting webpack and static servers, running accessibility and visual regression testing, and more.
See the Webdriver.io Utility Developer's Guide to get started.
Webpack is a module bundler used to compile modules with dependencies and generate static assets. Webpack is a very powerful tool that is highly configurable and Terra components rely on specific polyfills, webpack loaders and plugins to render correctly. Terra provides a default webpack configuration which we recommend you extend to meet your needs. By using this default configuration, we will manage webpack dependencies and set up translation aggregation.
See the Webpack Configuration Guide to get started.
Terra-toolkit is considered to be stable and will follow SemVer for versioning.
- MAJOR versions represent breaking changes
- MINOR versions represent added functionality in a backwards-compatible manner
- PATCH versions represent backwards-compatible bug fixes
Consult the component CHANGELOGs, related issues, and PRs for more information.
Please read through our contributing guidelines. Included are directions for issue reporting and pull requests.
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