rally-app-builder

A node module that assists in the building of Rally Apps

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rally-app-builder

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Install

First Install Node.js

Second Install the Rally App Builder Globally npm install -g rally-app-builder

If you don't have permission to install it globally you can install it locally like this

npm install rally-app-builder

API

Usage: rally-app-builder [options] [command]

Commands:

init [name] [sdk_version] [server]
Creates a new Rally App project

build 
Builds the current App

clone [organization] [repo]
Creates a new Rally App project from an existing GitHub project. 

Options:

-h, --help     output usage information
-V, --version  output the version number

Run Tests

To run the tests: npm test

Commands

init

rally-app-builder init myNewApp Creating a new Rally App is as easy as using init. The init command creates you a After init creates your App it will automatically run the build command on it for you.

The init command takes a few parameters. name : The first is the name for your new App. rally-app-builder init myNewApp sdk_version(optional) : The version of the SDK your App will be created against. rally-app-builder init myNewApp 2.0p2 *server(optional) : The server you want the debug file to point to. The command below will create a new App using version 2.0p2 and pointing to the server myownRally.com

* `rally-app-builder init myNewApp 2.0p2 https://myOwnRally.com`

build

Use the build command to compile your App into a single HTML page that can be copy and pasted into a Rally customer html page Run this command before you check your file into source control or whenever you make a change to your config.json file.

clone

rally-app-builder clone RallyApps StoryBoard

Most Rally Apps are created by using an existing App as a template. By using the rally-app-builder clone command you can get a copy of the existing App without installing the Git CLI. This command makes some changes to the config file so that we can tell which App you based your work on. As we determine which apps you are most interested in customizing we take that as input on ways to improve the existing catalog App.

Unit Testing your new App.

The guide for unit testing your App can be found on this page.

Rally-App-Builder is provided under the MIT license.

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