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README.md

GitHub Website

As an enthusiastic developer, you might find yourself racing through many projects. Keeping your website up to date might become a burden because of this. Let your work speak for itself, have a simple site shows your GitHub feed!

Latest Release Build Status Codecov coverage Code Climate grade Greenkeeper

Getting started

Starting an instance special tailored for you is not that hard. It's done by running a single CLI/Now command!

$ now bycedric/github-website

This command will ask for your GitHub username and will build the project automatically. It might take a couple of minutes before everything is deployed and ready for use. In case you want to automate the deployments, you can define the username in the command itself.

$ now bycedric/github-website --build-env GITHUB_USERNAME=byCedric

Read more about Now build arguments here.

Contributing

Contributions are always welcome. This project is open source, and anyone may contribute. To keep the project healthy and running smoothly, a couple of rules are defined.

  1. Keep it friendly and accessible at all times.
  2. Use the templates adequately with the required information.
  3. Adhere the code styling and make sure CI passes.

Make something awesome!

License

The MIT License (MIT). Please see License File for more information.


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