RAN! Documentation



command: yarn run create:page (or npm run create:page)

It helps to create new page easiest way. After run this command, It will ask some questions and boom! It's ready.



command: yarn run create:route (or npm run create:route)

Create new route for your pages


command: yarn run create:container (or npm run create:container)

Create new container


command: yarn run create:component (or npm run create:component)

Create new component with options (such as Style support, Store support, GraphQL support)



command: yarn run lint (or npm run lint)

Fix & show lint errors (and prettier infos) automatically


command: yarn run lint:watch (or npm run lint:watch)

Watch the changes of graphQL files to show errors and warnings on eslint Info: Basically, There is watcher for js files if you run dev command. This one is additional command for graphql files.


command: yarn run dev (or npm run dev)

Run lint and then open the server on your local on development mode


command: yarn run analyze (or npm run analyze)

Analyze the packages and files that you used on your app


command: yarn run build (or npm run build)

Build the application for Production


command: yarn run build:static_export (or npm run build:static_export)

Build and export your application by using Static HTML Export feature of Next.js. To see limitations, Click here


command: yarn run start (or npm run start)

Start the application for Production


command: yarn run start:multicore (or npm run start:multicore)

Start the application for Production with multicore support (via PM2). You need to install PM2 globally.


command: yarn run setup (or npm run setup)

Prepare the application with example project


command: yarn run setup:clean (or npm run setup:clean)

Prepare the application without example project. Recommended if you work on static application

GraphQL Commands

On these commands, RAN is using graphql-config, graphql-cli, graphql-voyager and grapql-cli-voyager. The important thing is that you need to update your /.graphqlconfig file with your real graphql url to work with them. For details info how to work with .graphgqlconfig file, please check graphql-config.

Important Info

Don't save secure information in .graphqlconfig file. Use Environment variables for that. On RAN toolkit, We are using hard-coded example graphql url inside of that but It doesn't mean it's secure way.


command: yarn run graphql:play (or npm run graphql:play)

It opens the browser to play (or work :) on your graphql server



command: yarn run graphql:update_schema (or npm run graphql:update_schema)

Updates your local schema file with updated one from server


command: yarn run graphql:see_graph (or npm run graphql:see_graph)

See your graphQL API as a interactive graph

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