Welcome to moodboardr!
Heads up: I’m using this app to learn about Remix, so don’t expect any production quality code here.
From your terminal:
npm run dev
This starts your app in development mode, rebuilding assets on file changes.
To initialize the database use:
touch .env npx prisma db push node --require esbuild-register prisma/seed.ts
To see the contents of the database use
npx prisma studio. You can remove the
prisma/dev.db file at any time to start over.
If you do not have eslint running in your editor, you should run it manually from time to time:
npm run format
Deployment (coming soon)
First, build your app for production:
npm run build
Then run the app in production mode:
Now you’ll need to pick a host to deploy it to.
If you’re familiar with deploying node applications, the built-in Remix app server is production-ready.
Make sure to deploy the output of
Using a Template
When you ran
npx create-remix@latest there were a few choices for hosting. You can run that again to create a new project, then copy over your
app/ folder to the new project that’s pre-configured for your target server.
cd .. # create a new project, and pick a pre-configured host npx create-remix@latest cd my-new-remix-app # remove the new project's app (not the old one!) rm -rf app # copy your app over cp -R ../my-old-remix-app/app app