RosaeNLG node.js project generator
Use yeoman along with RosaeNLG generator to bootstrap automatically a new standard node.js RosaeNLG project.
It follows (my) best practices so that you can quickly start your own RosaeNLG project.
It is based on the content of the English tutorial.
Generate a project
npm install -g yo
install RosaeNLG generator for yeoman: run
npm install -g generator-rosaenlg
create a folder to will contain your project, and go in that folder
This will create a blank standard RosaeNLG projet. If you have existing templates in json file, use
unpack option: e.g.
yo rosaenlg --unpack chanson.json.
Data load and pre processing
At some point you have to load into data and also pre process it. You can use
init.js for that.
One possible organization for your templates:
phoneForJson.pugare technical entrypoints: they are almost the same, and mainly call the
includes.pugcentralizes all your includes: this is handy when you refactor
phones.pugis the real entrypoint for NLG: it generates the text for a phone
phone_refexpr.pugcontains the reference and referring expressions for phones. Create one file per object you describe (
sentences (most of the textual content) are in
one file per sentence:
colors.puggenerates the sentence about the colors,
intro.pugis the introduction sentence etc.
If you have longer sentences and paragraphs you should create a more sophisticated hierarchy, but I recommend to keep 1 file per sentence.
You should (really) have some regression testing on your texts. It just compares texts with reference texts previously generated.
gulp nonregto regenerate the reference file in
tests/phonesNonreg.json. It contains texts along with the random seed (the same random seed has to be used when running the tests).
Run the tests using
npm run testor