We are very pleased to announce the first public release of fusion.ssg, v1.0.0-beta.7.
v1.0.0-beta.7 has been tested extensively and is considered stable. However, because of limited resources, we have only been able to test fusion.ssg on Mac OS. We would be so grateful if those of you who are running either Windows or Linux can help us test OS compatibility by simply installing and running the instructions below.
Install and run fusion.ssg
To install fusion.ssg, run the following in your terminal:
npm i -g @4awpawz/fusion.ssg
Once installed, run the following in your terminal to create and run a new fusion.ssg project:
fusion new [project name]
cd [project name]
npm run development
Please provide feedback
After running the above, you should see a confirmation in your browser stating that fusion.ssg has been successfully installed. If this is the case, please contact us on Twitter and let us know that you have successfully installed and run fusion.ssg and please don't forget to include what OS you are using.
However, if the build produces errors, please file an issue here and include the output from your terminal along with what OS you are running on.
We sincerely hope that by releasing early it will encourage greater engagement and participation with the developer community.