Exporting your project

All done? Let's take a look.

So once you're done working on your project, what are you going to do with it? Try opening the Export Menu.

You'll see an input box to name your file (where index.html is pictured). Directly below it, we've gathered a list of actions you should take before exporting your project. Of course it's a good idea to read through our recommendations (and completely ignore them), but just for laughs, how about we take a look?

Pre-export Options

Configure your project - This is an optional step in the project creation process, but an important one nonetheless. We'll cover that later, but for now, it's a good idea to fully configure your project before the world sees it. We've placed it here in the Export Menu as a reminder, and for easy access.

View your compiled code - Shrubbery aside, transparency is important to us, and helpful to you. This option allows you to see exactly how nuken has compiled your project's input - nothing hidden, no filters in place. Just raw plaintext. That way, you can catch any errors on your part (or even our part) before you go to export. Happy?

Open the Share Menu - Looking for the Share Menu? Well, it's not here. This is the Export Menu, genius. 🤦‍ Try again! (Jokes aside, we'll cover what you can do there later.)

Once you're done giving your project a file name, and you're fairly confident it's time to move on, click "Export my project". You'll see a system dialog box open, allowing you to save your completed project file wherever you so please.

And just like that, it's over! You've done it. Give yourself a pat on the back. Your creative journey has just begun...

Last updated