Contributing to Animated-Text-Kit
If you'd like to report a bug or join in the development of Animated-Text-Kit, then here are some notes on how to do that.
Please note we have a code of conduct, please follow it in all your interactions with the project.
- Reporting bugs and opening issues
- Coding Guidelines
Reporting bugs and opening issues
If you'd like a report a bug or open an issue then please:
Check if there is an existing issue. If there is then please add
any more information that you have, or give it a
When submitting an issue please describe the issue as clearly as possible, including how to reproduce the bug, which situations it appears in, what you expected to happen, and what actually happens. If you can include a screenshot for front end issues that is very helpful.
We love pull requests, so be bold with them! Don't be afraid of going ahead and changing something, or adding a new feature. We're very happy to work with you to get your changes merged into Animated-Text-Kit.
If you've got an idea for a change then please discuss it in the open first, either by opening an issue, or email me at email@example.com.
If you're looking for something to work on, have a look at the open issues in the repository here.
We don't have a set format for Pull requests, but we expect you to list changes, bugs generated and other relevant things in PR message.
Refer this pull request template.
Animated-Text-Kit is built keeping MVP (model-view-presenter) architecture in mind, so any changes that are proposed to Animated-Text-Kit should follow MVP architecture.
dartfmt for performing style checks on the codebase, which helps us in maintaining the quality of the code. Please check that the code is properly formatted according to
dartfmt and also resolve all the issues, if any, shown by
dart analyze before making a pull request. Pull Requests will only be merged once all the violations are resolved.
Git Commit Messages
- Use the present tense ("Add feature" not "Added feature")
- Use the imperative mood ("Move cursor to..." not "Moves cursor to...")
- Limit the first line to 72 characters or less
- Reference issues and pull requests liberally
- When only changing documentation, include
[ci skip]in the commit description
- Please start your commits with the following prefixes for better understanding among collaborators, based on the type of commit:
feat: (addition of a new feature) rfac: (refactoring the code: optimization/ different logic of existing code - output doesn't change, just the way of execution changes) docs: (documenting the code, be it readme, or extra comments) bfix: (bug fixing) chor: (chore - beautifying code, indents, spaces, camelcasing, changing variable names to have an appropriate meaning) ptch: (patches - small changes in code, mainly UI, for example color of a button, incrasing size of tet, etc etc) conf: (configurational settings - changing directory structure, updating gitignore, add libraries, changing manifest etc)