$ npm install emvc
emvc, the command line interface to emvc, can be used to generate a
starter application. To use it, install emvc globally.
$ npm install emvc -g
Next, create an application and install dependencies.
$ emvc create hello $ cd hello $ npm install
Start the server.
$ emvc server
The application is available at localhost:3000.
Start the server with node debug mode
$ emvc server --debug (node --debug mode) $ emvc server --debug-brk (node --debug-brk mode)
Then you can use debug tools like node-inspector to debug your application as usual.
The emvc Guide is the official source for documentation, and is a handy reference to have available when developing web applications powered by emvc.
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$ npm install $ make test
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