49% Motherfucker | 51% Son of a Bitch JS/CS Express+Mocha+HTML5 boilerplate that kicks your ass.
A humble homage to The Man himself, the Godfather of Heavy Metal: Lemmy Kilmister.
Perhaps you may have heard of him as the trust-worthy roadie of Jimi Hendrix, the raw base of the 70's space rock powerhouse Hawkwind or, most probably, as the relentless force behind the all-mighty Motörhead.
The idea is simple: Express.js development on speed!
It is very easy to start using Lemmy. In fact, all you need to do is:
- Fork this project and rename it as you like.
git clone https://github.com/rock-n-code/lemmy your_project_name
- Setup your project and choose your language of choice
cd your_project_name && make setup [APP_LANGUAGE=CS]
Modify the package.json file to your requirements with your Text Editor of choice.
Install all the dependencies locally.
The commands Lemmy provides you are:
- setup : Kick-start your JS/CS Express project for once and for all.
- clean : Clean-up all the generated code from your Express project.
- update : Update all the Lemmy files on your project.
- dependencies : Install locally all the dependencies defined on the package JSON file.
- app : Generate a new Application file and its respective Test file into your project.
- layout : Generate the layout and respective assets into your project or apps within the project.
- module : Generate a new Module file and its respective Test file into your project.
- middleware : Generate a new Middleware file and its respective Test file into your project.
- route : Generate a new Route Container file and its respective Test file into your project.
- controller : Generate a new Controller file and its respective Test file into your project.
- model : Generate a new Model file and its respective Test file into your project.
- view : Generate a new View file into your project.
- partial : Generate a new Partial file into your project.
- build : Compiles your CS code into the JS equivalent.
- watch : Watches any change on your CS code and automatically compiles it into its JS equivalent.
- run : Run your project on Node.JS
- test : Test your Express project using Mocha.
- prepare : Prepares your Express project for deployment.
- mit-license : Generate a MIT license for your Express project.
- help : Display the Help menu you're reading right now.
- version : Display the version of Lemmy that you've installed on your machine.
This is the list of all the features are required or would be awesome to implement on Lemmy in the near future, in random order:
The following people are helping to make of Lemmy an essential tool for every Express developer:
No matter how small or big your contribution to this project, you'll be added to this list by default.
Lemmy relies on the invaluable contribution done by the Open Source community and, in particular, to certain individuals who have kick-started some of the greatest and useful tools ever created for developers:
- Makefile by Stuart Feldman
- Git by Linus Torvalds
- Node.js by Ryan Dahl
- Express, Mocha, and EJS by TJ Holowaychuk
- Coffee-Script by Josh Askhenas
- Jitter by Trevor Burham
- HTML5 boilerplate by Paul Irish
Moreover, I also would like to thank the following blogs and sites for featuring Lemmy:
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