Takeoff’s project initialisation is controlled via the
takeoff.md file. This uses markdown to define tasks.
An example file looks like this:
## npm:install:api Run task `npm:install:app` after this ```bash cd env/api && npm install --silent ``` ## npm:install:app Run task `docker:compose` after this ```bash cd env/frontend-app && npm install --silent ``` ## docker:compose ```bash docker-compose -f docker/docker-compose.yml build --no-cache ```
Each task is done in order, and you specify which task you run after, and is explicit to give full control over the commands. The format is inspired by the Maid task runner and Takeoff uses some of it’s code re-written in TypeScript.
bash code blocks are important as they define what type of command it is. This currently only supports bash, but more types such as
node, etc will be added.