AngularJS Cordova generator
A yeoman generator which combines the best features and practices to initialise and scaffold an AngularJs based cordova mobile app using a module based approach. Extended from the already available yeoman generators such as angular generator and MEAN.
- Vertical Module approach for initializing and scaffolding the AngularJS application.
- CLI user-prompt based sub-generators, which generate angular templates
- Templates generated based on industry standard best-practices*
Installation/ Quick start
$> npm install -g yo $> npm install -g generator-angularjs-cordova $> mkdir testapp && cd testapp $> yo angularjs-cordova
This presents you with a series of options to initialize and customize your application.
grunt serve- run the app from within the
app/, on a browser and trigger grunt tasks up on changes in the fileset
grunt serve --dist- run the app from within the
www/, on a browser
grunt build- perform various build related tasks and copies processed source to
www/(clean, minify, inject dependencies etc.,)
grunt docs- generate documentation from the dockblocks of the AngularJS source code
grunt test- run karma unit tests
grunt build task is run as a cordova pre-build hook.
e.g. $> cordova build android
will trigger a
grunt build task before performing any cordova’s android build related tasks.
For a list of all available cordova commands, use:
$> cordova --help
To run the e2e protractor tests which come shipped with the sample app, run the following commands in parallel
$> webdriver-manager update ###update webdriver $> webdriver-manager start ###start the webdriver $> grunt serve ###serves the app on http://127.0.0.1:9000/ $> protractor protractor-desktop-config.js ###run the protractor tests
Use any of the following sub-generators for extending the AngularJS application
Generates an AngularJs application within
$> yo angularjs-cordova
The generator will ask you a few questions about your new application and will generate it for you.
NOTE: This sub-generator should be used only once to initialise the application. Once generated, use specific sub-generators to further extend the application.
AngularJS Module Sub-Generator
Creates and initialises a module within the
$> yo angularjs-cordova:angular-module <module-name>
Example scenario/ usage of modules: - login (contain all login related features) - register (contain all registration related features) - core (contain shared features which can be used by all other modules
AngularJS Route Sub-Generator
The sub-generator will prompt for information about the required controller, view and routing path and generates the required files, inserts routing logic in the modules’ config/routes.js file.
$> yo angularjs-cordova:angular-route <route-name>
AngularJS Controller Sub-Generator
Generates an new AngularJS controller in the specified module’s controllers/.
$> yo angularjs-cordova:angular-controller <controller-name>
AngularJS View Sub-Generator
Generates an new AngularJS view file in the specified modules’ views/ and adds routing config in config/routes.js.
$> yo angularjs-cordova:angular-view <view-name>
AngularJS Service Sub-Generator
Prompts user for type of AngularJS service file required (provider, service, factory) and generates the required file within the modules’ services folder.
$> yo angularjs-cordova:angular-service <service-name>
AngularJS Directive Sub-Generator
Generates an AngularJS directive in the specified modules’ directives/.
$> yo angularjs-cordova:angular-directive <directive-name>
AngularJS Filter Sub-Generator
Generates an AngularJS filter in a specified module’s filters/.
$> yo angularjs-cordova:angular-filter <filter-name>
AngularJS Config Sub-Generator
Generates an AngularJS config file within the modules’ config/
$> yo angularjs-cordova:angular-config <config-name>
AngularJS Test Sub-Generator
Prompts user for type of test file requried (unit/ e2e) and generates a template test file within the modules’ tests/unit or tests/e2e accordingly.
$> yo angularjs-cordova:angular-test <name>
For a list of all contributors, please see the contributions graph, as this would be updated based on any accepted PR’s.
A contributing guideline document will be updated soon. Please do report any issues/ bugs/ feature requests as issues and mark them with appropriate labels to be picked up on by interested devs.
The MIT License (MIT)
Copyright © 2015 Keshav OS
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