Melonly is a fast and modern web development framework for Node.js. It makes it easy to create secure and fast web applications with awesome developer experience.
To run Melonly, your environment has to met few requirements:
First, you only have to install
@melonly/cli package before creating your first project:
$ npm install -g @melonly/cli
You can check the Melonly CLI version when it has been properly installed and you’ll be able to run melon commands.
$ melon -v
To create new Melonly project you can use the CLI. Just run the
new command in your directory:
$ melon new <project-name>
$ melon new <project-name> --template=vue
Running the Application
Once your project has been created you can start it on the local server using
$ cd <project-name> $ npm start
Your application will be available on
localhost:3000 by default. You can change the port in
.env configuration file.
If you don’t want to open the browser automatically, use the
npm run start:dev command.
Running with React or Vue
If your project has been created using Vue or React template, you have to run
npm run dev command inside project’s
$ cd your-app\resources && npm run dev # Then run in separate terminal instance: $ cd your-app && npm start
We appreciate every willingness to help developing Melonly. This project is open-source. That means everyone can use and make it.
We encourage you to open issues and pull requests on this GitHub repository. It helps us a lot with developing the framework.
GitHub repository: github.com/Doc077/melonly
Melonly is an open-source framework licensed under the MIT License.