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Install and run in dev mode
Hacking the Cozy cozy-contacts app requires you to setup a dev environment.
You can then clone the app repository and install dependencies:
$ git clone https://github.com/cozy/cozy-contacts.git $ cd cozy-contacts $ yarn install
Cozy's apps use a standard set of npm scripts to run common tasks, like watch, lint, test, build…
Run it inside the VM
You can easily view your current running app, you can use the cozy-stack docker image:
# in a terminal, run your app in watch mode $ cd cozy-contacts $ yarn watch
# in another terminal, run the docker container $ docker run --rm -it -p 8080:8080 -v "$(pwd)/build":/data/cozy-app/cozy-contacts cozy/cozy-app-dev or $ yarn stack:docker
your app is available at http://cozy-contacts.cozy.tools:8080.
Living on the edge
Cozy-ui is our frontend stack library that provides common styles and components accross the whole Cozy's apps. You can use it for you own application to follow the official Cozy's guidelines and styles. If you need to develop / hack cozy-ui, it's sometimes more useful to develop on it through another app. You can do it by cloning cozy-ui locally and link it to yarn local index:
git clone https://github.com/cozy/cozy-ui.git cd cozy-ui yarn install yarn link
then go back to your app project and replace the distributed cozy-ui module with the linked one:
cd cozy-drive yarn link cozy-ui
Cozy-client-js is our API library that provides an unified API on top of the cozy-stack. If you need to develop / hack cozy-client-js in parallel of your application, you can use the same trick that we used with cozy-ui: yarn linking.
Tests are run by jest under the hood. You can easily run the tests suite with:
$ cd cozy-contacts $ yarn test
The Cozy datastore stores documents, which can be seen as JSON objects. A
doctype is simply a declaration of the fields in a given JSON object, to store similar objects in an homogeneous fashion.
Cozy ships a built-in list of
doctypes for representation of most of the common documents (Bills, Contacts, Files, ...).
Whenever your app needs to use a given
doctype, you should:
- Check if this is a standard
doctypedefined in Cozy itself. If this is the case, you should add a model declaration in your app containing at least the fields listed in the main fields list for this
doctype. Note that you can extend the Cozy-provided
doctypewith your own customs fields. This is typically what is done in Konnectors for the Bill
- If no standards
doctypesfit your needs, you should define your own
doctypein your app. In this case, you do not have to put any field you want in your model, but you should crosscheck other cozy apps to try to homogeneize the names of your fields, so that your
doctypedata could be reused by other apps. This is typically the case for the Konnector
Open a Pull-Request
If you want to work on cozy-contacts and submit code modifications, feel free to open pull-requests! See the contributing guide for more information about how to properly open pull-requests.
Localization and translations are handled by Transifex, which is used by all Cozy's apps.
As a developer, you must configure the transifex client, and claim an access as maintainer to the app repository. Then please only update the source locale file (usually
en.json in client and/or server parts), and push it to Transifex repository using the
tx push -s command.
The lead maintainer for cozy-contacts is cozy, send him/her a
Get in touch
You can reach the Cozy Community by:
- Chatting with us on IRC #cozycloud on Freenode
- Posting on our Forum
- Posting issues on the Github repos
- Say Hi! on Twitter
cozy-contacts is developed by cozy and distributed under the AGPL v3 license.