Install and configure
To run wonka.js you must have installed node.js.
Also you'll need to install git.
Install wonka.js as global node module, on your shell type the command:
$ sudo npm install -g wonkajs
At the end, verify that wonka has been installed successfuly:
$ wonkajs --version
This command must return the version number 1.6.0.
Create a project
First step is create a new project:
$ wonkajs project demo
This will create a project template that you can use as base for many kinds of web applications.
To run wonka.js server and verify that is working, just must run inside the project folder:
$ wonkajs server
With this command we launch a server on port 9300 by default, but you can change it:
$ wonkajs server 9700
Visit your project on:
or in their case on:
To create an app, is necessary be on the project folder and run the app command:
$ wonkajs app books
When this command run, a router links the Main view on application with a url.
The nomenclature is similar to:
/#books -> books.views.Main
When the app is more complex than one level you can create it typing:
$ wonkajs app books science
And the router will build:
/#books/science -> books.science.views.Main
So finally you can visit your new application on:
Or in their case:
To deploy your project, we recommend compress the project and upload to a server ready to display static content.
To deploy your project, just need to run:
$ wonkajs deploy
With this command, will be created a deploy folder, that will has the files:
Upload this folder to any server path, and points your web server to this path and your application will works.
To create backup of your project, run :
$ wonkajs backup [directory]
This will create backup of your project in given directory. If directory is not specified, it will create backup in root directory.
For more information read the docs.