Meteor is a Frontend toolbox.
Your frontend project should look like this:
meteor.cfg src/ js/ css/ img/ index.html
meteor.cfg file contain various settings, like concat, build, build settings, etc.
In the root directory, run meteor build to build, run meteor build -p dist to make a release build.
In release build: * js files are compressed with google closure compiler * css are compressed with YUI compressor * html file are optionally compressed with HTML compressor. * typescript, less files are converted to js or css types.
Specific file can be built with command meteor file1 file2.
inline js css and images
minify js css or html files
convert a string to qrcode and open the image
get base64 of a file and copy to clipboard
create a local develop server
install a bower package
register a local file for later reuse
Run setup.py install.
Meteor is only tested on python3, also make sure your path contains Python3/Scripts
Download the file for your platform. If you're not sure which to choose, learn more about installing packages.
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