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You can host web-pages using Pode, as well as also using package managers like yarn to install frontend libraries - like bootstrap, jQuery, etc.

Using Pode.Web

Don't know HTML, CSS, or JavaScript? No problem! Pode.Web is currently a work in progress, and lets you build web pages using purely PowerShell!

Using Yarn

The following will install Yarn onto your machine:

choco install yarn -y
yarn init

Once installed, you can use Yarn to download frontend libraries. The libraries will be added to a package.json file - which if you're using the Pode CLI, you'll already have in place.

To install frontend libraries, you could use the following:

yarn add bootstrap
yarn add lodash

You don't have to use Yarn, you could also use NPM or anything other package manager of your choice.

Pode Install

Once you've added some libraries you can use pode install to trigger yarn. This will tell yarn to install the packages to a pode_modules directory. If you're using another package manager, you'll need to update the install property in the package.json file accordingly.


Other useful packages could include gulp, jquery, moment, etc.

Once these packages have been installed to pode_modules, this folder will contain other folders for the install libraries. In most cases, these library folders will contain a dist folder with files like *.min.css or *.min.js. You can then move these files into a /public folder at the root of your Pode server.

For example, if you install bootstrap then your pode_modules will look something like:


You then take those min files, and move them into /public:


You can then reference these files in your HTML pages as:

<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="/bootstrap.min.css">
<script src="/bootstrap.min.js"></script>

Instead of doing this manually, you could use tools like InvokeBuild or psake to automate moving the files.