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README.md

Reactor Developer Docs

Developer documentation for Adobe Experience Platform Launch - https://developer.adobelaunch.com

Issues

Found something amiss with the documentation? Let us know via an issue.

Contributing

The documentation site is built using Jekyll, a static website generator. While many documentation changes can be simple and using a markdown editor is sufficient to review changes, sometimes it's easier to see how things look after being rendered. This can be achieved in one of two ways, developing locally, or developing using a Docker container.

Fork and clone this reactor-developer-docs repository. After making and previewing changes, create a commit, and open a Pull Request.

Developing locally

Prerequisites

  • Ruby 2.6.x

Setup

bundle install

Build and run

Next, start Jekyll.

bundle exec jekyll serve

Preview

Open a browser to http://localhost:4000.

Developing using a Docker container

For development environment convenience, a docker image is available from Docker Hub.

Prerequisites

  • Docker

Setup

Pull the docker image. Be sure to do this step often to obtain updated versions.

docker pull adobe/reactor-developer-docs-dev

Run the container

Note the path to the reactor-developer-docs directory. Either export the path as $REACTOR_DEVELOPER_DOCS_DIR or replace it in the following command.

If a port other than 8000 is desired, be sure to change it as well.

docker run -d \
  -p 8000:4000 \
  -v $REACTOR_DEVELOPER_DOCS_DIR:/srv/docs \
  --name reactor-developer-docs-dev \
  adobe/reactor-developer-docs-dev:latest

As you make changes to the files and save them, Jekyll will automatically regenerate these pages so you can view the updates in your browser. Note that this can take 20-30 seconds. If you'd like to see the Jekyll output as this regeneration happens, you can use the following command in your console.

docker logs -f reactor-developer-docs-dev

Preview

Open a browser to http://localhost:8000.

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