Thea's docs are still a work in progress
Please file an issue or create a pull request if something's missing or broken.
Thea is capable of a lot, but needs very little to Just Work™. I've put together a starter kit that, I hope, both covers some of the more common use-cases and gives a little insight into just how powerful Thea's templating is (thanks to Tera).
The command below assumes you have Rust installed. If you're new to the language, not to worry: Rust is 1-command-install.
1$ cargo install thea
1$ git clone https://github.com/elliotekj/thea-starter my_new_site2$ cd my_new_site
Thea will start on port 8765 by default. The
--dev flag disables caching.
1$ thea --dev
Thea watches the
templates/ folders and will refresh the HashMap if any changes are made.
Note: Changes in
config/ require a server restart.
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