nodeserverand go inside:
skycliapp creation command and give the new app a name. It's better to prefix you app name with your name or preferred alias like your GitHub ID, since Skygear cluster is shared among everyone who has an account and it's likely someone has already taken the app name
skygear.yamlis always needed in order to deploy. It's a configuration file carrying information about the deployment. Let's have a look at the one created by our Node.js Express template:
frontendis declared at line 4, with its properties lying underneath. Line 6 tells Skygear where the source code lies, while line 8 defines the endpoint to reach the service.
template, you don't need to provide a Dockerfile anymore.
.skyignorefile. It works the same as