A cargo sub command to build, run and deploy rust wasm applications as browser, electron or cordova app.
Currently you could use the following commands:
- Build your project:
cargo node build
- Run your project:
cargo node run
- Deploy your project:
cargo node deploy
You could use the additional flags on the command line:
- Define the target platform (electron | browser | android) default is electron:
cargo node run --target browser
- Switch to release build:
cargo node deploy --release
- Build, run or deploy an example:
cargo node run --example my_example
cargo install cargo node
Before you could use cargo node you have to install
npm version 6.9.0. It is included in the
Node.js version 10.16.3. You could download it from https://nodejs.org/dist/v10.16.3/.
cargo is presumed. All other dependencies of cargo node will be installed automatic.
cargo node provides an optional configuration file which you can put next to
[[apps]] # Name of the executable name = "my app" # Defines the window width of the electron window width = 300 # Defines the height of the electron window height = 100 # Path of the assets folder with images, fonts, ... assets = "assets/" # Add custom fonts to your project [[apps.fonts]] font_family = "My Font" src = "fonts/MyFont.ttf"
Tools under the hood
- cargo-web (Apache-2.0): https://github.com/koute/cargo-web used to build your rust application as client-side web application
- npm (The Artistic License 2.0): https://github.com/npm/cli used to install and handle electron, electron-packer and cordova
- electron (MIT): https://github.com/electron/electron used to build, run desktop applications for Linux, macOS and Windows
- electron-packager (BSD-2-Clause): https://github.com/electron/electron-packager used to deploy desktop applications for Linux, macOS and Windows
- cordova (Apache-2.0): https://github.com/apache/cordova-cli used to build, run mobile applications Android
Licensed under MIT license (LICENSE).