lein new, Elixir has
mix newand now Elm has
elm new you can easily start a new Elm project from the command line.
The idea is to be able to start coding right away instead of wasting time setting up the initial Elm architecture boilerplate. This is especially useful if you do a lot of prototyping.
- Template based — choose between
- No dependencies — all you need is a shell (like bash, zsh, fish, etc.)
- Very simple to install and use. 100% test covered. It just works!
elm new # Initialize an Html.program in the current directory elm new my-project # Initialize an Html.program in my-project/ elm new my-project --beginner # Initialize an Html.beginnerProgram in my-project/ elm new my-spa --navigation # Initialize a Navigation.program in my-spa/ elm new hello --hello-world # Initialize an "Hello, world!" program in hello/ elm new --version # Prints the installed version elm new --help # Prints all possible commands
$ elm new my-awesome-project my-awesome-project ├── .gitignore ├── README.md ├── elm-package.json └── src └── Main.elm 1 directory, 4 files Your Elm program has been created successfully. You can use "elm-make" to compile it: cd my-awesome-project elm-make src/Main.elm Run "elm" for more commands.
Linux, Mac OS X and Windows are supported.
npm install -g elm-new
brew install https://raw.githubusercontent.com/simonewebdesign/elm-new/master/elm-new.rb
See here for other installation options.