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codecharta-visualization

MaibornWolff CodeCharta

1.32.0  •  Updated 6 months ago  •  by MaibornWolff  •  BSD 3-Clause "New" or "Revised" License

CodeCharta visualization

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CodeCharta by MaibornWolff

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Installation

Change working directory cd <projectpath>/codecharta/visualization/

Install application for desktop usage with npm

  • install with npm install codecharta-visualization -g
  • run with codecharta-visualization

Install application for desktop usage

  • Download or build latest version for your system.
  • Doubleclick the system specific Runnable. You may be required to give it executable rights.

Install project for development

  • Install node 8
  • Install dependencies npm install.

Once you have installed the project, you can use all grunt tasks described in the next section.

Install web application on server

  • Download or build latest web version.
  • Copy all files (dist/app or the downloaded directory) to a served directory which is accessible from the internet.

Tasks

Build

npm run build builds the project in dist/app. This artifact is ready to be served as a web application. npm run doc generates the esdoc documentation in dist/doc/

Test

npm run test runs all unit tests on the source files in app/ and generates a coverage report in dist/coverage/. npm run e2e runs all e2e tests on the built app in headless mode.

adding “:auto” to run target will run the tests in watch mode

Run

npm run serve starts a simple web server and serves the project on localhost:9000. npm run start starts the nwjs app

Package

npm run package packages the nwjs app

Generate code

npm run g runs the code generation via plop.

You can generate the following modules:

  • “state service” - an empty service with corresponding test file
  • “ui module component” - an ui module with an empty component, all necessary files and tests
  • “util static class” - an empty static class with corresponding test file

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Maintenance

Development

Last ver 6 months ago
Created 2 years ago
Last commit 1 month ago
3 hours between commits

Technology

Node version: 9.11.2
19624.1K unpacked

Compliance

BSD 3-Clause "New" or "Revised" License
OSI Approved
0 vulnerabilities

Contributors

9 contributors
Ben Willenbring
Maintainer, 308 commits, 133 merges, 41 PRs
alschmut
Maintainer, 319 commits, 64 merges, 114 PRs
Alex Hunziker
Maintainer, 189 commits, 40 merges, 53 PRs
Works at MaibornWolff
JaiJoPa
Maintainer, 136 commits, 21 merges, 11 PRs
Richard Gross
56 commits
Adrian Endrich
Maintainer, 48 merges, 52 PRs
Works at MaibornWolff
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