A command line interface for Shopware PWA (opens new window).
# CLI commands
Use always latest CLI package. To do so, use
npx instead of
yarn installed package, like:
npx @shopware-pwa/cli <command>
# Available commands:
|build-theme||Build a custom theme|
|build||Build a project in production mode|
|cms||Regenerate map for cms components|
|create-theme||Bootstrap a custom theme structure|
|dev-theme||Dev build of custom theme|
|dev||Dev build for a project|
|domains||Synchronize domains settings for routing|
|init||Init a project|
|languages||Merge project locales|
|override||Override a specific theme component|
|plugins||Load and mount Shopware PWA plugins|
|snippets||Synchronize the language snippets|
Every command has its own parameters available.
Currently, we're releasing a
canary version per every push to
master branch, so in order to have newest changes and fixes just install it like this:
npx @shopware-pwa/cli@canary <command>
Nevertheless, it's recommended to use other commands than init without npx, and rely on the project's package located in local node_modules. To do so, run:
yarn shopware-pwa <command>. Thanks to this, you will get rid of many dependency/misconfiguration problems later on.
Create a directory for your project and enter it
mkdir my-shopware-pwa cd ./my-shopware-pwa
initialize project inside directory
npx @shopware-pwa/cli init
after this you're connected to our test shopware instance and ready to run project locally
Your application will be available on http://localhost:3000 (opens new window).
Now you have complete ShopwarePWA project running locally.
MIT - see LICENSE