Sample DatePicker Web Component using @dojo
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dojo-datepicker-web-component

This project was generated with the Dojo CLI & Dojo CLI create app command.

Build

Run dojo build --mode dist (the mode option defaults to dist) to create a production build for the project. The built artifacts will be stored in the output/dist directory.

Development Build

Run dojo build --mode dev to create a development build for the project. The built artifacts will be stored in the output/dev directory.

Development server

Run dojo build --mode dev --watch memory --serve to create an in memory development build and start a development server with hot reload. By default the server runs on port 9999, navigate to http://localhost:9999/.

To change the port of the development use the --port option.

Running unit tests

To run units tests in node only use dojo test which uses JIT (just in time) compilation.

To run the unit tests against built bundles, first the run a test build with dojo build --mode test. The build test artifacts are written to the output/test directory.

Then dojo test -c local to run the projects unit tests. These tests are located in the tests/unit directory. The --watch options can be used with the test build which means that dojo test can be re-run without needing to re-build the full application each time.

Running functional tests

To run the functional tests, first the run a test build with dojo build --mode test and then dojo test -f to run the projects functional tests. These tests are located in the tests/functional directory.

Further help

To get help for these commands and more, run dojo on the command line.