We have a "getting started" guide in the docs, but that's quite minimal. Leon on Slack noted how we could have a slightly more detailed "getting started with Parcel" to show how one could get a JS project to build with Spago + Parcel:
> i guess what i was actively searching in the Spago Readme was some chapter "Getting started: Simple development Setup with Parcel" or something, that explains a typical workflow
> - compile code using spago build into output/Main/index.js
> - create index.html in project root and load an index.js file
> - create index.js, require the compiled purescript file in there and call the main method of it
> - call parcel index.html to start the dev-server
> or something simmilar. the big problem for me was that I'm rather new to Puresript and not that experienced with the JS build ecosystem as well (Parcel, etc), so things like "most of the time, you'll have some kind of index.html, that does some stuff, where you can then import the Purescript File and call main " dont really make it clear what to do when just trying to set up a simple project and get started.
it all makes sense as soon as you understand how the things connect with one another, but as long as you don't, the instructions are rather unclear. maybe a beginners-guide or something that talks about the most common setups and gives examples would be great. maybe having a live-server directly integrated into spago would be great as well