Want to contribute to Slate? That would be awesome!
If you run into any weird behavior while using Slate, feel free to open a new issue in this repository! Please run a search before opening a new issue, to make sure that someone else hasn't already reported or solved the bug you've found.
Any issue you open must include:
A JSFiddle that reproduces the bug with a minimal setup.
A GIF showing the issue in action. (Using something like RecordIt.)
A clear explanation of what the issue is.
Here's a JSFiddle template for Slate to get you started:
We've also got a Slate Slack team where you can ask questions and get answers from other people using Slate:
Please use the Slack instead of asking questions in issues, since we want to reserve issues for keeping track of bugs and features. We close questions in issues so that maintaining the project isn't overwhelming.
All pull requests are super welcomed and greatly appreciated! Issues in need of a solution are marked with a
♥ help label if you're looking for somewhere to start.
Please include tests and docs with every pull request!
The slate repository is a monorepo that is managed with lerna. Unlike more traditional repositories, this means that the repository must be built in order for tests, linting, or other common development activities to function as expected.
To run the build, you need to have the Slate repository cloned to your computer. After that, you need to
cd into the directory where you cloned it, and install the dependencies with
yarn and build the monorepo:
yarn installyarn build
To run the examples, start by building the monorepo as described in the Repository Setup section.
Then you can start the examples server with:
To run the tests, start by building the monorepo as described in the Repository Setup section.
Then you can rerun the tests with:
If you need to debug something, you can add a
debugger line to the source, and then run
If you only want to run a specific test or tests, you can run
yarn test --fgrep="slate-react rendering" flag which will filter the tests being run by grepping for the string in each test. (This is a Mocha flag that gets passed through.)
Here's a helpful page detailing how to test various input scenarios on Windows, Mac and Linux.
Since we use Lerna to manage the Slate packages this is fairly easy, just run:
And follow the prompts Lerna gives you.