Apr 24, 2020 | Divi Resources

How to create custom Divi module part 3: Understanding yarn commands

In the previous tutorial, we have set up the structure of the divi module. For starting the development, we need to run some commands using package manager yarn. Those commands will help us in all the way to develop the custom Divi Module.

yarn start


This command executes your package.json file scripts. After running, yarn starts command on in your terminal. Add the newly created module(You’ll find Hello World Module) on your divi page builder. After adding the module, You may face the following issue-

[code lang=”js”]function (t){
return s.a.createElement(
p.a,g({rawContentProcesser:_.a.replaceCodeContentEntities},e.props)
)}[/code]

To fix this issue, Add the below-mentioned code in your DiviExtensionTutorial.php file. You may locate this file plugins/divi-extension-tutorial/includes folder. This code is for module development purposes. Don’t forget to remove this code while you create a zip file of your final Divi Module. Here, You may find more detail about this issue.

Keep the yarn start command running while developing the custom module. This will compile your module automatically when you make any changes in CSS, JS, or JSX file.

yarn build

This command will create the build file of your custom module.

yarn zip

This command will create the zip file.

yarn eject

After finishing everything, run yarn eject command.

In this video, you can see what we have done so far.

In the next tutorial, I’ll cover the module functions and setting fields. Leave a comment if you face any problem so far.

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Mohd Arif
Dreamer, Schemer, Music & Technology enthusiast. He enjoys building things that speak HTTP. Arif is Development Head at Elicus and has over 8 years experience in the WordPress development industry.

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