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developer.chrome.com

developer.chrome.com is the ultimate resource for developers of all backgrounds to learn about what's new in Chrome!

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Building the site 🏗

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If you don't have node, or if you need to upgrade, we recommend using the Node Version Manager (nvm).

Clone the repo

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git clone https://github.com/GoogleChrome/developer.chrome.com.git

Install dependencies

npm ci

Set up build flags

Building the entire site can take a while because it's over a thousand pages. If you want to massively speed up your build times, we suggest setting some build flags to ignore certain sections.

WARNING: By default, in dev we ignore all translated docs (all docs outside of /en/ directory). To include them back, use ELEVENTY_INCLUDE_TRANSLATED=true env variable.

  • Create a .env file at the root of your project
  • Optionally add the following:
# Ignore ALL /docs/
ELEVENTY_IGNORE_DOCS=true

# Only ignore /docs/android/
ELEVENTY_IGNORE_ANDROID=true

# Only ignore /docs/apps/
ELEVENTY_IGNORE_APPS=true

# Only ignore /docs/devtools/
ELEVENTY_IGNORE_DEVTOOLS=true

# Only ignore /docs/extensions/
ELEVENTY_IGNORE_EXTENSIONS=true

# Only ignore /docs/handbook/
ELEVENTY_IGNORE_HANDBOOK=true

# Only ignore /docs/lighthouse/
ELEVENTY_IGNORE_LIGHTHOUSE=true

# Only ignore /docs/multidevice/
ELEVENTY_IGNORE_MULTIDEVICE=true

# Only ignore /docs/native-client/
ELEVENTY_IGNORE_NACL=true

# Only ignore /docs/privacy-sandbox/
ELEVENTY_IGNORE_PRIVACY_SANDBOX=true

# Only ignore /docs/versionhistory/
ELEVENTY_IGNORE_VERSIONHISTORY=true

# Only ignore /docs/webstore/
ELEVENTY_IGNORE_WEBSTORE=true

# Only ignore /docs/workbox/
ELEVENTY_IGNORE_WORKBOX=true

# Ignore BLOG /blog/
ELEVENTY_IGNORE_BLOG=true

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npm run dev

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Run linters to address bugs

Before you push your branch, find and address any errors.

npm run lint

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Deploying the site 🚀

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