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Project generator for Spectacle





This package contains create-spectacle, the boilerplate-generator for Spectacle. The simplest usage is to run one of the following commands (based on your package manager of choice):

yarn create spectacle # yarn
npm create spectacle # npm
npx create-spectacle # using npx
pnpm create spectacle # using pnpm

Once running the respective command, you will be prompted to provide information about the spectacle project you'd like to create. Once you provide necessary information, a new spectacle project will be created in the directory derived from the project name you provided.


create-spectacle's core usage is via the interactive prompts. However, there are a handful of arguments/flags that you can provide to pre-fill prompt options:

  • Pass a project name as the main argument to specify a project name, e.g. yarn create spectacle my-presentation.
  • Pass the --type or -t flag to specify the type of spectacle project you'd like to create. Options are jsx, tsx, or onepage. Example: yarn create spectacle -t onepage my-presentation.
  • Pass the --lang or -l flag to specify the HTML lang attribute for your presentation. Example: yarn create spectacle -l en my-presentation.
  • Pass the --port or -p flag to specify the port to run the presentation on. Example: yarn create spectacle -p 8080 my-presentation.

Bypassing Prompts

If you want to bypass the prompts entirely, pass the -t, -l, and -p flags as well as the project name as the main argument. For example:

yarn create spectacle -t jsx -l en -p 8080 my-presentation