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by JSRocksHQ

JS Rocks website

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JS Rocks

How to contribute

JSRocks.org is a collaborative website about the latest JavaScript features and tools.
Anyone can contribute by writing an article, making a layout change, suggesting new sections, reporting issues, etc.
Contributing to JS Rocks is super easy, choose the type of contribution you want.

Writing an article

The JS Rocks website is built with Harmonic, our static site generator. - First thing you need to do is to install Harmonic.

javascript
npm install harmonic -g
You'll need Node.js >= 0.10 (or io.js) and npm already installed.
Check out the main Harmonic documentation if you're in trouble.
  • Fork and clone the jsrockshq.github.io repository ```shell

    replace YOUR_USERNAME with your GitHub username below

    git clone https://github.com/YOUR_USERNAME/jsrockshq.github.io.git cd jsrockshq.github.io git remote add upstream https://github.com/JSRocksHQ/jsrockshq.github.io.git ```

  • Create a new branch using

    upstream/src
    as base and checkout to it
    shell
    git fetch upstream
    git checkout -b my-awesome-post upstream/src
    
  • Create a new post

    shell
    harmonic new_post "My awesome post"
    
    This command will create a new markdown file in
    /src/posts/[LANG]
    .
  • Run Harmonic to check if your post is ready

    shell
    harmonic run
    
    This command will build and run the JS Rocks website in the default port 9356.
  • Commit your changes

    shell
    git add .
    git commit -m "my awesome article"
    
  • Push your new branch to your forked repository

    shell
    git push origin HEAD
    
    Go to your forked repository's page on Github.com and create a pull request for the
    src
    branch.

Issues

You can help JS Rocks by finding a bug in the website, a typo in an article or even an incorrect sentence.
File an issue, and we will solve it ASAP.

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