Installing Ferp in Your Application


Depending on your project, needs, and target audience, there are a number of ways to get up and running with Ferp within seconds.

Installing from npm or yarn

You know the drill!

npm install --save ferp@^2
# OR
yarn add ferp@^2

And import Ferp into your code-base:

import { app, effects } from 'ferp';

If you are targeting a web browser, you may need to bundle or build your scripts, with something like rollup, webpack, or parcel.

Using a CDN

Of course, you don't need to install anything at all. Content delivery networks (CDNs) like unpkg work great!

<script src=""></script>
const { app, effects } = window.ferp;

With a CDN, there is no install needed to get going. Of course, you may want to look into Service Workers if you want to support your application while offline.

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