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README.md

HyperConnect Website

Peer-to-Peer Internet-of-Things Framework.

The website HyperConnect.io is fully open-source, built with Jekyll and is hosted on GitHub Pages.

Contribution

Anyone may contribute to the website.

  1. Install Jekyll

  2. Fork or download the contents of this repository.

  3. In a command line tool navigate to the local file path where 'config.yml' is located.

  4. Run 'bundle install' to install the dependencies.

  5. Run 'bundle exec jekyll build'

  6. Then run 'bundle exec jekyll serve' to start the local Jekyll server.

  7. In a browser, open http://127.0.0.1:4000/ (May vary, please see output in command line).

  8. Make local changes as necessary.

  9. (Option 1) Push changes to your GitHub repository if previously forked.

  10. (Option 2) Create a GitHub repository and upload your latest code.

  11. Open a pull request. Done!

When the pull request is merged, GitHub pages will automatically update the website to the latest version.

Credits

  • The Jekyll Theme Serif was used.
  • Illustrations from Undraw were modified.

License

The source code of the HyperConnect website is licensed under the MIT License.

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