How to work on this documentation
We are thrilled to receive your contribution! There are
2 ways to get started:
Ais simple and is recommended for most documentation edit.
Bis more technical, requires local tool setup, and is recommended for web developer working on custom component or core maintainer adding new section for the document.
You can use GitHub's built-in text editor feature to edit any documentation. Simply click on the link that says
Edit on Github on any documentation page, and you will be taken to its respective github editor. This link is positioned on the right sidebar for desktop, and at the bottom footer for mobile:
Once you have finished editing, simply click
Propose file change. This will take you to a page where you can see the changes you have made. Click
Create pull request to open a textbox where you will be asked to describe your change. This
pull request is discussed in detail here. If your change is related to a documentation request, please put the request number in the
Issue resolved section. If you believe your edit will "completely" solve the request, please put
closes next to the request number. Else, put only the request number. Example for the first case is as follow:
This documentation was built using Gatsby. The core tools required to build it are:
Please consult the links above in order to install the prerequisites. Prior to cloning (equivalent to downloading) the repository to your machine, it will be helpful to fork the repository:
This creates a copy of the documentation on github under your username where you can make branches to work on your new feature or edits. Then, once you have
git setup, you can clone the repository with the following command:
# with https git clone https://github.com/<YOUR_GITHUB_USERNAME>/doc.ift.org.git
# with ssh git clone email@example.com:<YOUR_GITHUB_USERNAME>/doc.ift.org.git
Alternatively, you can use Github for Desktop to clone on Windows or MacOSX.
doc.ift.org and run
npm i to install the dependency:
cd doc.ift.org npm i
Then, simply run
npm run dev to start the documentation server on
npm run start
You should now have the full documentation running locally. Please follow
gitflow guideline when it comes to making contribution. Happy coding!