This repository contains the written content for the Ember.js Guides. Here, contributors can file issues and submit PRs to help improve the learning experience of other developers. The markdown files in this repository are fetched and displayed by the guides-app.
Welcome and thanks for your help! Please see CONTRIBUTING.md for detailed instructions on how to format your work and submit a Pull Request. First-time contributors are encouraged to choose issues that are labeled "help wanted" or "good for new contributors." If you have questions or want a buddy to pair with, you can join the dev-ember-learning channel in the Ember Community Discord.
The guides are spellchecked and linted for markdown consistency. You can test your contributions by running
npm run lint::md. Linting and spellchecking must pass or they will fail in Travis-CI. See CONTRIBUTING.md for more information on linting and spellchecking.
The Guides content takes the form of Markdown files (just like most READMEs).
Each minor version of Ember has its own directory within
Pull requests should make edits to only the latest version of Ember,
except in the case of bug reports for broken links.
To see your changes locally, you need two repositories on your
computer. This repository,
guides-source contains only written content
as markdown files, which are fetched and displayed by
Before following the below instructions and making any changes, first-time
contributors should see CONTRIBUTING.md for
instructions on forking the
repositories and making a first pull
git clone git://github.com/ember-learn/guides-app.git git clone git://github.com/ember-learn/guides-source.git cd guides-source npm link cd ../guides-app/ npm i npm link @ember-learn/guides-source npm start