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Once the PHP 8, Node and Gulp are installed, create new projects quickly using the command line.
Note. This post is moved to Osm Framework documentation.
Before you begin, install the following prerequisites:
- PHP 8 or later, and enable
- Node.js, the latest LTS version
- Gulp 4 command line utility
- Osm Framework command line aliases
Creating A Project
Run the following commands:
# download project files into `project1` directory, # and install PHP dependencies composer create-project osmphp/project project1 # make it the current directory cd project1 # run the installation bash bin/install.sh
On Windows, instead of the last line run the following commands:
# compile the applications osmc Osm_App osmc Osm_Project osmc Osm_Tools # collect JS dependencies from all installed modules osmt config:npm # install JS dependencies npm install # build JS, CSS and other assets gulp
Note. Some commands may show no output. Don't worry - it means they worked as expected :)
After creating a project, check that it works in the command line:
Using PHP Web Server
The easiest way to try out the application is to use the Web server that is bundled with PHP.
Start the native PHP Web Server in the project directory:
# start the Web application on the `8000` port php -S 0.0.0.0:8000 -t public/Osm_App public/Osm_App/router.php
While the Web server is running, open the application home page in a browser: http://127.0.0.1:8000/.
That's all - you can begin tinkering project files!
However, before you do, run the following command in the project directory:
Keep this command running as long as you change the project files. It detects file changes, and automatically:
- recompiles the application,
- rebuilds JS, CSS and other assets.
In some cases, you may need to restart this command.