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Astro Starter

An Astro site, using the basics starter kit.
An Astro site, using the basics starter kit.
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Use cases

This is a Astro starter kit bootstrapped with npm create astro@latest -- --template basics.

Getting Started

First, run the development server:

npm run dev

You can also run the Astro template easily using Wasmer (check out the install guide):

wasmer run wasmer-examples/astro-wasmer-starter --net -- --port 3000

[!TIP] You can also run wasmer run . --net -- --port 3000 in the root of this repo, after running npm run build

Open http://localhost:3000 with your browser to see the result.

Deploy on Wasmer Edge

The easiest way to deploy your Astro App is to use the Wasmer Edge.

Live example:

First, you'll need to run npm run build, and then, to deploy to Wasmer Edge:

wasmer deploy

[!NOTE] You will need to change the namespace in wasmer.toml to your own namespace and app name in app.yaml to your own app name.

πŸš€ Project Structure

Inside of your Astro project, you'll see the following folders and files:

β”œβ”€β”€ public/
β”‚   └── favicon.svg
β”œβ”€β”€ src/
β”‚   β”œβ”€β”€ components/
β”‚   β”‚   └── Card.astro
β”‚   β”œβ”€β”€ layouts/
β”‚   β”‚   └── Layout.astro
β”‚   └── pages/
β”‚       └── index.astro
└── package.json

Astro looks for .astro or .md files in the src/pages/ directory. Each page is exposed as a route based on its file name.

There's nothing special about src/components/, but that's where we like to put any Astro/React/Vue/Svelte/Preact components.

Any static assets, like images, can be placed in the public/ directory.

🧞 Commands

All commands are run from the root of the project, from a terminal:

npm installInstalls dependencies
npm run devStarts local dev server at localhost:4321
npm run buildBuild your production site to ./dist/
npm run previewPreview your build locally, before deploying
npm run astro ...Run CLI commands like astro add, astro check
npm run astro -- --helpGet help using the Astro CLI

πŸ‘€ Want to learn more?

Feel free to check our documentation or jump into our Discord server.

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