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A project bootstrapper using Nether components.

  1. composer require netherphp/atlantis
  2. vendor/bin/atlantis init -y
  3. composer dump-autoload

Note: Currently requires minimum-stability: 'dev' this project and its libraries are quite early on in their refresh.

Default Project Structure

Running the init command will generate a project in the current directory with the following default structure.


Global project configuration.


Environment specific configuration. The environment is defined by an env.lock file in the ProjectRoot. The default value is dev which will then cause this config file to be applied after loading the global config.


Default namespace for autoloading. You can immediately start creating classes here like Local\Whatever for your app and they will be loadable.


Default homepage route handler as an example.


Default webroot configuration to route requests to our index.php router. This probably only works for Apache based servers. If you are not using Apache check out this file it should be clear how it works, it is very common, and you can replicate it in your server of choice config.


Default route handler. This should be pretty decent for most projects you probably should not need to be adding things here.


Default web theme so that the example looks cool out of the box. By default this theme is configured to be the bottom of the theme stack.


Default local theme. Any area files you create here will overwrite requests to theme files from the default theme. Surface uses a Theme Stack so you can configure multiple themes to fall through until a template is found. The default is that it will check local first before falling back to checking default for area files.

Generating A Static Route Map

By default when you hit your project it will scan the routes directory and figure out what needs to happen on the fly. This is good for quick devving but to make it faster for production you can generate a static route file.

netherave gen routes

This will create a routes.phson file in the ProjectRoot which the router will then use instead of directory scanning.