How to Clap?

Getting started on anything new can be quite tedious. With Lattice, that just isn’t the case. It is as easy as a clap just put your hands together. The key benefits of Lattice are ease of use and on-boarding. This is clearly showcased in the steps listed below.

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Access

You can access the repository at: https://github.com/latticejs/lattice
Lattice is continuously tested. You can access the releases listing here: https://github.com/latticejs/lattice/releases

Download

The package needs to be downloaded to your system.
Lattice package is lightweight. The current release is 3.5 MB. You can access the latest release here: https://github.com/latticejs/lattice/releases/tag/v1.0.1-beta.1

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Install

To have an up and running React app you may only need a latest stable version of Node.js.
Install Lattice using following command: npm i –g @latticejs/clap@beta

Get Clap-ping

Now the last few steps in getting started with Lattice JS.
Create a project using the command: clap example basic myApp
Go inside the project: cd myApp
Run the project: npm start

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How to Clap?

Getting started on anything new can be quite tedious. With Lattice, that just isn’t the case. It is as easy as a clap just put your hands together. The key benefits of Lattice are ease of use and on-boarding. This is clearly showcased in the steps listed below.

Image

Access

You can access the repository at: https://github.com/latticejs/lattice
Lattice is continuously & tested. You can access the releases listing here: https://github.com/latticejs/lattice/releases

Image

Download

The package needs to be downloaded to your system.
Lattice package is lightweight. The current release is 3.5 MB. You can access the latest release here: https://github.com/latticejs/lattice/releases/tag/v1.0.1-beta.1

Image

Install

To have an up and running React app you may only need a latest stable version of Node.js.
Install Lattice using following command: npm i –g @latticejs/clap@beta

Image

Get Clap-ping

Now the last few steps in getting started with Lattice JS.
Create a project using the command: clap example basic myApp
Go inside the project: cd myApp
Run the project: npm start