Welcome to your new Choo application. We're very happy you've made it this far.
You're now in control of your own Choo app. The moment you decide to deploy it, it'll work offline and on any device.
We've outfitted your project with a small selection of commands to help you achieve results faster:
start your project for local development.
npm run build
compile your project for production.
npm run inspect
visualize your project's dependencies.
npm run create
scaffold a new file.
Your project also comes with a few directories. These names have special meanings for the build tool, so it's good to know what they do.
Static files that can be served up, such as images and fonts.
Reusable fragments that can be composed into views.
Pieces of logic that are shared by multiple components.
Combinations of components that are mapped to routes.
So far we've provided you with one base view, one fallback view, and one store. This serves as an example. A place to start from. It's your project now, so go ahead and delete them once you know how they work.
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To make your development journey more pleasant, we've also included devtools. If you open your console, here's a selection of the commands that are at your disposal:
Log out the current application state.
Log out the last 150 events received by the event bus.
Emit an event inside the application event bus.
See an overview of all available commands.
And that's about it! Thanks for reading. If you have any questions, check out the docs or reach out on GitHub or IRC. We're online everyday, and always around to help. Happy hacking!