All contributions are welcomed and appreciated.
Druxt is an open source project, built, supported and maintained by the community, for the community.
Bug reports, feature requests
One of the easiest ways to contribute to Druxt is to open issues, giving as much detail as possible to make it easier other contributors and maintainers: http://github.com/druxt/druxt.js/issues/new/choose
When reporting bugs please make sure to provide detailed steps to reproduce the issue, and when possible provide a Gitpod workspace snapshot to demonstrate the issue.
If you are able to resolve an issue, or have improvements you would like to propose, use following process to create a Pull request:
- If this a new issue, make sure to open a bug report or feature request.
- Fork the repository.
- Make a
feature/#branch from the
- Make and commit your changes.
- Create a Pull request: https://github.com/druxt/druxt.js/compare
The Druxt repository is setup with tools and automated processes to help with development and to ensure a maintainable project:
- Changesets - Changelog and versioning
- Codecov - Automated code coverage
- Conventional commits - Standardised commit messages
- Docgen - Documentation generator
- Gitpod - Cloud based IDE
- Jest - Automated testing
- Linting - Coding styles and standards
- Siroc - Zero-config build tools
Changesets is a tool to manage the mono-repo packages changelogs and versions.
If your changes are substantial, it is recommended to include a changeset. To do so, run the following command and follow the prompts:
Be sure to commit your changeset file alongside your changes.
Codecov.io is used as part of the automated testing process to ensure that changes don't inadvertantly reduce the overall code coverage of the project.
The coverage report is generated as part of the Jest testing:
- For more details, refer to the Druxt Codecov.io report
A specification for adding human and machine readable meaning to commit messages
The Conventional Commits specification is a lightweight convention on top of commit messages. It provides an easy set of rules for creating an explicit commit history; which makes it easier to write automated tools on top of.
A husky git hook is used to ensure the standard is enforced, and will explain what changes to make as required.
- For more details, refer to the Conventional Commits documentation.
Druxt uses a custom Docgen module to generate API documentation from the package source code, using a combination of JSDoc and the Vue Docgen API.
To build your changed documentation, run the following command:
The documentation website is a Nuxt site located in the
/docs directory, to test your changes run the following command:
cd docs && yarn dev
The easiest way to develop or test Druxt is via Gitpod, a cloud based IDE.
All dependencies are pre-installed and configured to get started with Druxt development.
Click the button below to get started:
Automated testing is implemented using Jest.
It is recommended to run Jest in watch mode when making changes:
yarn test --watch
Test files are located within the relevant packages
test directories. E.g.,
- For more details, refer to the Jest documentation.
Code styles and standards are enforced by linting tools, including ESLint.
Husky is used to trigger linting via a
pre-commit git hook to ensure all issues are flagged before they are committed.
You can also manually run linting using the following command:
Zero Config Build Tool
Siroc is the build tool used for the Druxt mono-repo, used to compile the source code and build the required packages.
To build your changes, run Siroc using the following command:
yarn build --watch
Note: currently Siroc does not watch the Vue components for changes, you will need to manually re-run the command as required.