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@nxext/ionic-angular:application

Create an Ionic Angular application.

Usage

bash
nx generate application ...
bash
nx g app ... # same

By default, Nx will search for application in the default collection provisioned in nx.json.

You can specify the collection explicitly as follows:

bash
nx g @nxext/ionic-angular:application ...

Show what will be generated without writing to disk:

bash
nx g application ... --dry-run

Options

name (required)

Type: string

The name of the application.

capacitor

Default: true

Type: boolean

Generate a Capacitor project.

directory

Alias(es): d

Type: string

The directory of the new application.

e2eTestRunner

Default: cypress

Type: string

Possible values: cypress, none

Test runner to use for end to end (e2e) tests.

skipFormat

Default: false

Type: boolean

Skip formatting files.

standaloneConfig

Type: boolean

Split the project configuration into <projectRoot>/project.json rather than including it inside workspace.json.

tags

Type: string

Add tags to the application (used for linting).

template

Default: blank

Type: string

Possible values: blank, list, sidemenu, tabs

The starter template to use.

unitTestRunner

Default: jest

Type: string

Possible values: jest, none

Test runner to use for unit tests.

@nxext/ionic-angular:page

Generate an Ionic page component

Usage

bash
nx generate page ...

By default, Nx will search for page in the default collection provisioned in nx.json.

You can specify the collection explicitly as follows:

bash
nx g @nxext/ionic-angular:page ...

Show what will be generated without writing to disk:

bash
nx g page ... --dry-run

Options

name (required)

Type: string

project (required)

Alias(es): p

Type: string

The name of the project.

directory

Alias(es): d

Type: string

A directory where the page is created

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