A simple, structured web framework for Node
Geddy is no longer actively maintained, and therefore it is not recommended to be used for any new projects. For current users, it is highly recommended to migrate another framework.
$ npm install -g geddy
Note: Make sure your installed node version is not v6 or higher, as Geddy will not function properly. This will be fixed in the, hopefully, soon future.
Consider using 'nvm' to help you manage your node versions.
Create an app, start it up:
$ geddy gen app my_app $ cd my_app $ geddy Creating 1 worker process. Server worker running in development on port 4000
Create a CRUD resource
$ geddy gen scaffold foobar baz:string qux:int [Added] app/models/foobar.js [Added] db/migrations/20130809201124_create_foobars.js [Added] test/models/foobar.js [Added] test/controllers/foobars.js [Added] app/controllers/foobars.js [Added] Resource foobars route added to config/router.js [Added] View templates
Docs are on the GeddyJS Website: http://geddyjs.org/documentation
Geddy.JS: A No-Brainer MVC Node.js Framework - Bhanu Pratap Chaudhary https://www.digitalocean.com/community/articles/geddy-js-a-no-brainer-mvc-node-js-framework
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