This tutorial will teach you how to build your first "Hello World" project with Nostalgie.
To scaffold a Nostalgie app, you can use the create-nostalgie-app module using
npx create-nostalgie-app my-app
Your app will be scaffoldedin the
my-app directory and is ready to go.
Running your project in development mode will build your app in development mode and serve it on
http://localhost:8080 (by default). Your app will automatically reload when you change the code.
# Make sure you're in the directory you just scaffolded cd my-app npm run dev
Your app will now be started and can be seen at loalhost:8080. You should see something like this:
The main entrypoint to your app is in the
By default Nostalgie scaffolds a TypesScript project. This file can easily be renamed to
./src/App.tsx in your editor of choice and make some changes. Make sure that you're still running
npm run dev from the previous step. You should see log output showing that your project has been rebuilt. If you're watching closely, you should also see that your app has refreshed in the browser, reflecting the changes you made.
Building your app will produce a stand-alone artifact that you can deploy to your hosting provider of choice.
npm run build
A production build of your Nostalgie app is now available in
In this tutorial, you were introduced to
create-nostalgie-app as an easy way to scaffold a new project. You were also exposed to the common development gestures required to develop and build your Nostalgie App.