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# Astro Starter Kit: Minimal
# PHC Website
```sh
npm create astro@latest -- --template minimal
```
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> 🧑‍🚀 **Seasoned astronaut?** Delete this file. Have fun!
## 🚀 Project Structure
Questo è il repository del sito web del PHC. Il sito è costruito utilizzando Astro, un framework statico per la generazione di siti web.
Inside of your Astro project, you'll see the following folders and files:
## Installazione
```text
/
├── public/
├── src/
│ └── pages/
│ └── index.astro
└── package.json
```bash
pnpm install
```
Astro looks for `.astro` or `.md` files in the `src/pages/` directory. Each page is exposed as a route based on its file name.
## Sviluppo
There's nothing special about `src/components/`, but that's where we like to put any Astro/React/Vue/Svelte/Preact components.
```bash
pnpm dev
```
Any static assets, like images, can be placed in the `public/` directory.
## Build
## 🧞 Commands
```bash
pnpm build
```
All commands are run from the root of the project, from a terminal:
## Deploy [TODO]
| Command | Action |
| :------------------------ | :----------------------------------------------- |
| `npm install` | Installs dependencies |
| `npm run dev` | Starts local dev server at `localhost:4321` |
| `npm run build` | Build your production site to `./dist/` |
| `npm run preview` | Preview your build locally, before deploying |
| `npm run astro ...` | Run CLI commands like `astro add`, `astro check` |
| `npm run astro -- --help` | Get help using the Astro CLI |
Il progetto contiene un `Dockerfile` che viene usato per il deploy (del server prodotto da Astro).
## 👀 Want to learn more?
```bash
docker build -t phc-website .
docker run -p 3000:3000 phc-website
```
Feel free to check [our documentation](https://docs.astro.build) or jump into our [Discord server](https://astro.build/chat).
C'è anche un `.drone.yml` che viene usato per il deploy su un server remoto utilizzando Drone per il CD.
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