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angular-boilerplate Build Status

This project was generated with teracy/angular-cli:1.0.0-rc.2 Docker image.

This project was created from angular-boilerplate version 0.2.0.

New project setup

  • You need docker and docker-compose available, so please set up teracy-dev as the following described steps works with teracy-dev. Note that the 1st terminal window after $ vagrant up should be kept running for file watching.

  • Open the 2nd terminal window, git remote add angular-boilerplate repo as seed and pull the stable branch (master) or development branch (develop) into your project.

$ cd ~/teracy-dev/workspace
$ mkdir <your_project_name>
$ cd <your_project_name>
$ git init
$ git remote add seed https://github.com/teracyhq/angular-boilerplate.git
$ git pull seed master # or develop branch if you want to have the latest development features
$ cp .env.example .env # and adjust the variables matching your project details

For example, if your project name is angular-hello-world, your Docker hub account hoatle:

# export environment variables to be used for the project-specific stuff
# how to use: $ export $(cat .env | grep -v ^# | xargs)

# for package.json
PROJECT_NAME=angular-hello-world
PROJECT_VERSION=0.1.0-SNAPSHOT

# for docker-compose.yml and docker-compose.prod.yml
DEV_DOCKER_IMAGE=hoatle/angular-hello-world:dev_develop
PROD_DOCKER_IMAGE=hoatle/angular-hello-world:develop

These variables are used to generate project specific files, you can adjust them accordingly.

After that, open the 3rd terminal window, ssh into the teracy-dev VM:

$ cd ~/teracy-dev
$ vagrant ssh
$ ws
$ cd <your_project_name>
$ export $(cat .env | grep -v ^# | xargs) # to export enviroment variables defined on the .env file
$ ./setup.sh # to generate .angular-cli.json, package.json, docker-compose.yml and docker-compose.prod.yml files

Execute the following command to sync back the generated files on the 2nd terminal window:

$ vagrant rsync-back

After that, you should see package.json, docker-compose.yml and docker-compose.prod.yml files available.

Remove these lines from .gitignore to keep these files on your project:

# angular-boilerplate
.env
.angular-cli.json
package.json
docker-compose.yml
docker-compose.prod.yml

Development server

Execute the following commands on the 3rd ssh-ed terminal window:

$ docker-compose build && docker-compose up -d && docker-compose logs -f

Note that $ docker-compose pull should be used instead of $ docker-compose build when the DEV_DOCKER_IMAGE is available. Your CI system should be used to push these development and production Docker images. (See .travis.yml for reference)

You should see the similar following output:

Creating angular-boilerplate-dev
Attaching to angular-boilerplate-dev
angular-boilerplate-dev | Starting virtual X frame buffer: Xvfb.
angular-boilerplate-dev | Executing command bash -c yarn run start
angular-boilerplate-dev | yarn run v0.21.3
angular-boilerplate-dev | $ ng serve --host=0.0.0.0 
angular-boilerplate-dev | ** NG Live Development Server is running on http://0.0.0.0:4200 **
angular-boilerplate-dev Hash: d8df844d0c9cdfe14f5e                                                               s
angular-boilerplate-dev | Time: 14272ms
angular-boilerplate-dev | chunk    {0} polyfills.bundle.js, polyfills.bundle.js.map (polyfills) 157 kB {4} [initial] [rendered]
angular-boilerplate-dev | chunk    {1} main.bundle.js, main.bundle.js.map (main) 4.04 kB {3} [initial] [rendered]
angular-boilerplate-dev | chunk    {2} styles.bundle.js, styles.bundle.js.map (styles) 9.89 kB {4} [initial] [rendered]
angular-boilerplate-dev | chunk    {3} vendor.bundle.js, vendor.bundle.js.map (vendor) 2.69 MB [initial] [rendered]
angular-boilerplate-dev | chunk    {4} inline.bundle.js, inline.bundle.js.map (inline) 0 bytes [entry] [rendered]
angular-boilerplate-dev | webpack: Compiled successfully.

Open teracy.dev:4200 on your browser to start developing. The app will automatically reload when you change any of the source files.

Code scaffolding

Open the 4th terminal window and ssh into the teracy-dev VM:

$ cd ~/teracy-dev
$ vagrant ssh
$ ws
$ cd <your_project_name>
$ docker-compose run --rm dev <ng command>

could be ng generate component component-name to generate a new component. You can also use ng generate directive/pipe/service/class/module.

Remember to sync back the generated files to the host machine with $ vagrant rsync-back: http://dev.teracy.org/docs/basic_usage.html#file-sync

Run code linting

Run $ docker-compose run --rm dev yarn run lint to execute the code lint checking.

Run unit tests

Run $ docker-compose run --rm dev yarn run test to execute the unit tests via Karma.

This will keep the tests running and watching the file changes.

To run unit tests without file watching, run $ docker-compose run --rm dev ng test --browsers Chrome_no_sandbox -w false

Run end-to-end tests

Run $ docker-compose run --rm dev yarn run e2e to execute the end-to-end tests via Protractor.

Run the bash command on the running Dev Docker image

Run $ docker-compose exec dev /bin/bash

Build the Prod Docker image

On the 4th terminal ssh-ed terminal window:

$ docker-compose exec dev ng build --prod
$ docker-compose -f docker-compose.prod.yml build

to build the project and the prod Docker image. The build artifacts will be stored in the dist/ directory.

Don't forget to sync back the generated files from the VM to the host after the build if you want to check the dist/ directory.

Run the Prod Docker image

$ docker-compose -f docker-compose.prod.yml up

And open teracy.dev:8080 to see the app in production mode served by nginx.

Contribute to angular-boilerplate project

  • Fork the repo

  • Enable this repo on travis-ci.org with the following settings key - value. In the Name and Value fields, please add the info below correlatively:

    • Fill in "DOCKER_IMAGE" into the Name field, and project Docker image for Value, for example, "hoatle/angular-boilerplate" value (will be pushed to https://hub.docker.com/r/hoatle/angular-boilerplate/)
    • Fill in "DOCKER_USERNAME" into the Name field and your Docker username into the Value field
    • Fill in "DOCKER_PASSWORD" into the Name field and your Docker password into the Value field
  • Test, Fix bug, Improve, Add new features on the project issues with pull requests.

Further help

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

License

MIT, see the LICENSE file.