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NW.js and Angular CLI example

This project was generated with Angular CLI version 8.3.8.

A Screenshot of the default app running on Windows

Running Locally for development

  1. npm install
  2. npm start
  3. Webpack will spin up (takes a moment) then a window will pop up

You can also run this repo in a regular browser with npm run start:web, but will need to add conditionals into your code to skip desktop-specific code (if (window.nw) {}).

Building for distribution

  1. npm run build:clean will delete your ./dist and /dist-ng folders
  2. npm run build:ng will build just your Angular app for distribution (./dist-ng)
  3. npm run build:nw will build just your NW.js app (./dist)
  4. npm run build is your all-in-one command. It will clean out the old dist folders and build your Angular and NW.js app

IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT BUILDS!!!

They take a long time. If you do npm run build expect it to take 10-15 minutes. This can be adjusted by changing the build params in the package.json. The more platforms and build types, the longer it takes. You can also remove the --concurrent from the build:nw script to see a status of what has been completed. This will allow individual pieces to finish faster, but the entire build will take longer.

Automated quality enforcment

  1. Linting: npm run lint - tslint.json
  2. Unit tests: npm test - Karma.
  3. End-to-end: npm run e2e - Accepting PR to fix these tests. - Protractor.

Code scaffolding

ng generate Docs

  1. npm run generate -- component component-name to generate a new component.
  2. npm run generate -- directive directive-name to generate a new directive.
  3. npm run generate -- pipe pipe-name to generate a new pipe.
  4. npm run generate -- service service-name to generate a new service.
  5. npm run generate -- class class-name to generate a new class.
  6. npm run generate -- guard guard-name to generate a new guard.
  7. npm run generate -- interface interface-name to generate a new interface.
  8. npm run generate -- enum enum-name to generate a new enum.
  9. npm run generate -- module module-name to generate a new module.

Further help

To get more help on the Angular CLI use npm run ng -- help or go check out the Angular CLI README.

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