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dep-graph

Graph dependencies within workspace

Usage

nx dep-graph

Install nx globally to invoke the command directly using nx, or use npm run nx or yarn nx.

Examples

Open the dep graph of the workspace in the browser:

nx dep-graph

Save the dep graph into a json file:

nx dep-graph --file=output.json

Generate a static website with dep graph into an html file, accompanied by an asset folder called static:

nx dep-graph --file=output.html

Show the graph where every node is either an ancestor or a descendant of todos-feature-main:

nx dep-graph --focus=todos-feature-main

Include project-one and project-two in the dep graph:

nx dep-graph --include=project-one,project-two

Exclude project-one and project-two from the dep graph:

nx dep-graph --exclude=project-one,project-two

Show the graph where every node is either an ancestor or a descendant of todos-feature-main, but exclude project-one and project-two:

nx dep-graph --focus=todos-feature-main --exclude=project-one,project-two

Options

exclude

List of projects delimited by commas to exclude from the dependency graph.

file

output file (e.g. --file=output.json or --file=dep-graph.html)

focus

Use to show the dependency graph for a particular project and every node that is either an ancestor or a descendant.

groupByFolder

Group projects by folder in dependency graph

help

Show help

host

Bind the dep graph server to a specific ip address.

version

Show version number