A zero-config, out-of-the-box, multi-purpose toolbox and development environment.
It's really hard to define what
mhy (my) is, because it tries to create a unified developer experience for any stage of your project:
- a pre-configured development environment to not waste time with the set-up when starting a new project or just need a quick playground.
- a pre-configured production environment to help you reach production faster compiling/building your code without any necessary setup.
- an ecosystem to be able to run different task together at once, connected together perfectly.
- a toolbox help your work with the most common tasks.
- a solution for littering your machine with the same npm package over and over again.
- a config management tool to make necessary changes faster at a single place.
- an interoperable environment to be shared across multiple projects and ensure they are being build on the same principles/stack.
mhyhelps you to be able to focus on your code again rather then the tech behind it.
mhy you'll have
- a zero-configuration environment out-of-the-box.
- a portable codebase without any
- simple customization if you don't favor the default settings.
- package.json based customization for any configs value
- boot templates for easy setup.
- most common packages provided to your work.
- a single command TUI to run a full ecosystem.
- less boilerplate.
- configs/tools well-playing together (webpack+babel, jest+babel, storybook+webpack, webpack+typescript, etc.).
- pre-built and public Docker images for faster CI.
mhy's focus is on client side currently, but server side features are about to come.
npm install mhy -g
Start a new project
Creates an empty project with a single
index.js file that is being served using
webpack-dev-server (wds) pre-configured with Babel and React.
mkdir src echo "console.log('Hello mhy!')" > src/index.js mhy wds
Create a production ready library. From the
src folder it creates a complied
mhy babel --mhy-prod
Create a production ready bundle for you website/app using pre-configured Webpack. From the
src folder it creates a
build folder with your bundle ready to be served supporting many popular features/loaders.
mhy webpack --mhy-prod
Start the default ecosystem
It'll run Jest, Webpack Dev Server, TypeScript compiler, Storybook at once in a single Terminal UI (TUI).
That's not all
These are only a few examples from all the possibilities
mhyprovides. Start exploring on https://mhy.js.org
mhy is providing many common/popular packages. There are continuous adjustments being made to the includes to match the most common needs and being able to develop without the need of your own
npm install command ever again. It's in plan to accurately list these on the site, for now the best is to check the dependencies of our
package.json for the included packages, and I also advice you to check out our sources for more details.
❤ Thank you all! ❤
I'm using Webpack's logo to build an
M shape from multiple blocks. I'd like to say Thank You for their great logo.
I also would like to thank to every developer's hard work which I'm using as a dependency in
mhy. It would be really hard to collect all those people, but in case you find your work in our
package.json, please feel free to create a pull request and add your logo and link.