@nxext/stencil:build

stencil build

Options can be configured in the 'project.json' when defining the executor, or when invoking it. Read more about how to configure targets and executors here: https://nx.dev/configuration/projectjson#targets.

Options

ci

Default: false

Type: boolean

Run a build using recommended settings for a Continuous Integration (CI) environment. Defaults the number of workers to 4.

configPath

Type: string

Path to the stencil.config.ts file.

debug

Default: false

Type: boolean

Adds additional runtime code to help debug, and sets the log level for more verbose output.

dev

Default: false

Type: boolean

Runs a development build.

docsReadme

Default: false

Type: boolean

es5

Default: false

Type: boolean

log

Default: false

Type: boolean

Write logs for the stencil build into stencil-build.log. The log file is written in the same location as the config.

maxWorkers

Type: number

Max number of workers the compiler should use. Defaults to use the same number of CPUs the Operating System has available.

noOpen

Type: boolean

By default the --serve command will open a browser window. Using the --noOpen command will no automatically open a browser window.

port

Type: number

Max number of workers the compiler should use. Defaults to use the same number of CPUs the Operating System has available.

prerender

Default: false

Type: boolean

Prerender the application using the www output target after the build has completed.

prod

Default: false

Type: boolean

Runs a production build which will optimize each file, improve bundling, remove unused code, minify, etc. A production build is the default, this flag is only used to override the --dev flag.

projectType

Type: string

serve

Type: boolean

Starts the Integrated Dev Server.

ssr

Type: boolean

Starts the server side render process..

tsConfig

Type: string

The path to tsconfig file.

verbose

Type: boolean

Logs additional information about each step of the build.

watch

Type: boolean

Watches files during development and triggers a rebuild when files are updated.