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Tinker

The easiest and fastest way to start new web projects with invoker-next, invoker-gatsby, and soon invoker-crapp.

Table of Content

  1. Requirements
  2. Installation
  3. Usage
  4. Issues and Feedback

Requirements

To use this CLI tools properly, you need to have these installed on your machine

  1. Node.js

  2. npm, you get this automatically when installing node.js. Or if you like me, you can use Yarn

  3. Gatsby CLI if you are building gatsby project. Run this command on your terminal to install it

    # npm
    npm install -g gatsby-cli
    
    # or, using yarn
    yarn global add gatsby-cli

And for the deployment purpose, we recommend you to install these tools. You can deploy your project with just single command through the terminal and make it available for the client to access right away really speed up the feedback process.

  1. Netlify CLI, or
  2. Now.sh
# npm
npm install -g netlify-cli now

# yarn
yarn global add netlify-cli now

Installation

To install it on your machine, just run this command on your terminal

npm install -g mid-tinker-cli

or if you are using yarn

yarn global add mid-tinker-cli

Usage

Tinker will help you scaffold 2 kind of starter which are Next.js and Gatsby.js

Gatsby

tinker gatsby your-project-name

Next.js

tinker next your-project-name

Issues and Feedback

This project is still on the early stage. The more we use it, the more we can improve it.

If you are having trouble using Tinker and have questions regarding the project starter, don't hestitate to let us know by submitting a new issue.

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