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    flexmonster create

    flexmonster create|c [requiredArg] [options]

    This command creates a sample project with Flexmonster based on a chosen language or front-end framework. Also, it can install the needed npm dependencies and run the project.

    Arguments

    The flexmonster create command can be run with the following required arguments:

    Argument Description
    angular Creates a sample Angular project with Flexmonster Pivot. For example:

    flexmonster create angular -r
    react Creates a sample React project with Flexmonster Pivot. You can choose either ES6 or TypeScript.

    • React + ES6:
      flexmonster create react es6 -r
    • React + TypeScript:
      flexmonster create react typescript -r

    If the language is not specified, you will be prompted to choose it during the initialization process.

    vue Creates a sample Vue 2 or Vue 3 project with Flexmonster Pivot. Additionally, you can choose either ES6 or TypeScript.

    • Vue 2 + ES6:
      flexmonster create vue 2 es6 -r
    • Vue 2 + TypeScript:
      flexmonster create vue 2 typescript -r
    • Vue 3 + ES6:
      flexmonster create vue 3 es6 -r
    • Vue 3 + TypeScript:
      flexmonster create vue 3 typescript -r

    If the language and/or Vue version are not specified, you will be prompted to choose them during the initialization process.

    typescript Creates a sample project with Flexmonster Pivot based on TypeScript. For example:

    flexmonster create typescript -r

    If needed, Webpack can be added to the project:

    flexmonster create typescript webpack -r
    javascript Creates a sample project with Flexmonster Pivot based on pure JavaScript. For example:

    flexmonster create javascript -r
    electron Creates a sample ElectronJS project with Flexmonster Pivot. For example:

    flexmonster create electron -r

    Options

    The flexmonster create command can be run with the following options:

    Option Description
    --install, -i Automatically installs all the needed npm dependencies.
    --run, -r Automatically installs all the needed npm dependencies and runs the project.
    --help, -h Shows the short guidance on this command in the console. Use this command to see all the possible uses of the create command.

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