Installing Kretes

Kretes can be installed as a command-line tool, or as a Visual Studio plugin.

Using CLI

Install kretes globally to use its CLI commands

npm install -g kretes pnmp

You can now use the kretes command, or ks alias, to execute commands.

Usage: kretes <command> [options]

Commands:
  kretes new [dir]           Create new project               [aliases: init, n]
  kretes start               Start the application           [aliases: start, s]
  kretes add <pkg>           Add package as project dependency
  kretes install             Install dependencies
  kretes update              Update packages
  kretes upgrade             Upgrade packages
  kretes setup               Setup the development environment
  kretes database [command]  Database operations                   [aliases: db]
  kretes deploy              Deploy the application        [aliases: deploy, de]
  kretes routes              Display routes                         [aliases: r]
  kretes background          Run background processing             [aliases: bg]
  kretes doctor              Run the doctor utility               [aliases: doc]

Options:
  -h, --help     Show help                                             [boolean]
  -V, --version  Show version number                                   [boolean]

Examples:
  kretes new my-project  Create and initialize `my-project` directory
  kretes start           Start the application

for more information, find the documentation at https://kretes.dev

You need at least one command before moving on

As VS Code Plugin

Install the Kretes extension from the VS Code Marketplace.

Kretes Zap: Installing the Extensions

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