Visit the Mimosa Website for all sorts of Mimosa documentation goodness.
There are a ton of docs on the site to get you started, but here's a quick start.
- Install node.js. A
npm install -g mimosa
mimosa new testproject
- Follow the prompts to choose some assets
mimosa watch -s
Now you are ready to rock!
Maybe you want to start with something other than an empty app? Maybe you want to start with a preconfigured Ember app for instance?
That will get you a list of the skeletons currently available for Mimosa that might help jumpstart your app.
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