|Ada Werefox 0b45d12cd4|
This will be used to replace my "A Letter To The Void" collection of poems on write.as for hosting my poetry.
This project works by using a Cargo workspace with two projects
You can develop the backend by simply running the project from the root directory
Generally, any commands you'd use for any other standard Rust project will work for this.
If you want to develop the Dioxus frontend, you'll need to do the following:
- From the official Dioxus docs, ensure you have
cargo install dioxus-cli
rustup target add wasm32-unknown-unknown
- Additionally, you may need to have the Tauri prerequisites installed.
Then, you should be able to run the development server after moving into the
cd rust-letter-fe && dioxus serve
If you'd link to know about how to use
dioxus-cli, you should run
dioxus --help or reference the official documentation.*
* At the time of writing this, the link to the documentation is broken. If you'd like to see what I normally use to run the project, here's an example:
dioxus serve --hot-reload --port [port #]
Here are some ways you can run the project
You can either do the standard
cargo run --release
Or, referencing the Dockerfile, you can install and then run.
cargo install --path .
.dioxus-letter-werefox-cafe |- data # text files that will be read to for data in the app |- public # save the assets you want include in your project. |- void-be |\ ||- src # source code folder for backend |- void-fe |\ ||- src # source code folder for frontend ||\ |||- utils # save some public function |||- components # save some custom components |- src # code for running the workspace |- templates # put template files here, right now just using handlebar