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NOVAS is a comprehensive build tool that enables developers of all experience levels to efficiently set up Svelte applications in a Deno runtime.

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NOVAS

A build tool that lets developers easily set up Svelte applications in a Deno runtime.

✨ Features

  • Compiler
  • Bundler
  • Live Reloading

💫 Overview

  • After installing, run the following commands to get started.
novas create my-app
cd my-app
novas build
novas dev
  • After running novas dev, open http://localhost:3000 to see your app.
  • Make changes to the .svelte files in the source folder for live reloading on the browser.

💻 How to install NOVAS

  • Install the latest version of Deno.
  • Install NOVAS
deno install --allow-net --allow-read --allow-write --unstable https://deno.land/x/novas/cli.ts
About Permissions
  • --allow-net: Required for the dev server.
  • --allow-read: Allows NOVAS to compile svelte files.
  • --allow-write: Allows NOVAS to write to files it creates during the novas build process
  • --unstable: Allows the use of Deno's standard modules which might not be stable yet.
Read more about permissions or stability here

⭐ How to use NOVAS

  • To create a project, type:
novas create [project name]
  • To compile, first change directories to the root of the project (cd [project name]) then type:
novas build
  • To start developing, type:
novas dev
  • This will start up the development server and will open a websocket listening for any changes to the ./src folder. Upon saving changes, your svelte code will be compiled again and the browser will reload to reflect the changes.

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➕ Contributing

As an open-source product, we value your help!

  • To contribute, please submit a PR with a descriptive title or create an issue to discuss with other contributors before proceeding.

👋 Meet the NOVAS team

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