A declarative boilerplate generator designed to help you write less meaningless code.
> npm i -g npx > npm i --save-dev cyto-cli # Add this line to your .bash_profile / .bashrc / other > alias cyto='npx cyto'
Npx isn't technically required, but it makes running Cyto much simpler. More discussion on this can be found here
cyto-core package can be used in a node.js app as a standalone library, but this feature is currently untested and the API is still not entirely stable. This will be updated when the functionality is fully supported.
- Getting Started
- Argument Types
- Composing Templates
- Creating Your Own Template
- Runtime Dependencies
- Partial Templates
- Base Templates
- Template Options
- Best Practices
- API Reference
- Read the docs on contributing here and sign the CLA
- Clone this repository
Cyto is written and maintained by Connor Taylor @taylorc93. However, it wouldn't have been possible without the help of these amazing people: