Once installed, call it in the root of your templates projects:
email-homey helps to generate a homepage with a list of all your email templates.
It will expect that all your email templates will be located within a certain folder.
email-homey will scan a all subfolder names of the path you give it (like
dist in the example above) and will go inside that folder, look for
seed.html, copy it into
index.html (overwriting if such file already exists) and inside that file, replace word
'magicFoldersList' with a list of folder names (maintaining correct indentation).
This is all you need to be able to pull off a homepage driven by a Vue.js. An HTML file with Vue.js script can't query your hard drive and find the subfolder names. For that we need Node. Once Vue.js has the list of folder names (in an array), it can generate a table of templates.