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Requirements

Node/NPM is required to build this project.

Updating Pages

  1. In the Github web UI, go into the templates/ directory.
  2. Select the template you'd like to edit.
  3. Select the pencil icon to edit the template.
  4. Edit the template as you see fit.
  5. Add a commit update at the bottom.
  6. Select "Create a new branch for this commit and start a pull request."
  7. Whoever is in charge of building that repo will be notified so that they can merge the pull request, build, and push the new build.

Updating Posts

  1. In the Github web UI, go into the posts/ directory.
  2. Select the "+" icon at the end of the breadcrumb trail
  3. Name the file with the format like 2015-01-01T23:59:59.000Z-Post-Name-Goes-Here.hbs
  4. Edit the post as you see fit.
  5. Add a commit update at the bottom.
  6. Select "Create a new branch for this commit and start a pull request."
  7. Whoever is in charge of building that repo will be notified so that they can merge the pull request, build, and push the new build.

Building

  1. Ensure you have the latest from the gh-pages branch
  2. Ensure that you have installed all NPM dependencies via npm install
  3. Run npm run publish
  4. If you would like to test locally, run npm run start
  5. Commit the bundled JS files that get updated
  6. Push your commit to the gh-pages branch
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