Static site generator for elm-markup.
Will compile your app and serve it from http://localhost:1234/ Changes to your source code will trigger a hot-reload in the browser, which will also show compiler errors on build failures.
npm run autotest
To re-run tests when files change.
npm run build
Will generate a production-ready build of your app in the
Elm binaries can be found in
node_modules/.bin. They can be run from within
your project via
To install new Elm packages, run:
npx elm install <packageName>
Libraries & Tools
These are the main libraries and tools used to build elm-static-markup. If you're not sure how something works, getting more familiar with these might help.
Elm is a delightful language for creating reliable webapps. It guarantees no runtime exceptions, and provides excellent performance. If you're not familiar with it, the official guide is a great place to get started, and the folks on Slack and Discourse are friendly and helpful if you get stuck.
This is the standard testing library for Elm. In addition to being useful for traditional fixed-input unit tests, it also supports property-based testing where random data is used to validate behavior over a large input space. It's really useful!