Please Don't Use
npm init remixinstead of this starter repo to create a new Remix app. This repository was archived on April 29, 2021.
Remix Starter for Express
Welcome to Remix!
After cloning the repo, rename
.npmrc and insert the license key you get from logging in to your dashboard at remix.run.
Note: if this is a public repo, you'll probably want to move the line with your key into
~/.npmrcto keep it private.
Then, install all dependencies using
$ npm install
@remix-run/* dependencies will come from the Remix package registry.
Once everything is installed, start the app in development mode with the following command:
$ npm run dev
This will run a few processes concurrently that will dynamically rebuild as your source files change. To see your changes, refresh the browser.
Note: Hot module reloading is coming soon, which will allow you to see your changes without refreshing.
To run the app in production mode, you'll need to build it first.
$ npm run build $ npm start
This will start a single HTTP server process that will serve the app from the files generated in the build step.
Detailed documentation for Remix is available at remix.run.
All application source code is found in the
app directory. This includes your application entry points for both server rendering (see
app/entry.server.tsx) and the browser (see
app/entry.client.tsx), as well as your root component and routes (see
Everything in the
public directory is served by
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