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README.md

hacktoolkit

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Hacktoolkit is the ONE open source project to rule them all (we try to, at least).

The spirit of this project is summarized in this tagline: Win hackathons by using refined APIs and bootstrap code to build complete websites and apps in 24 hours.

About this README

This README is about the hacktoolkit library hosted at: https://github.com/hacktoolkit/hacktoolkit

For information about the project, see the website: http://hacktoolkit.com

  • Code is organized into sub-folders or submodules, each with their own README files.
  • Always read the README files in subdirectories before using the code so that your computer or mobile device doesn't blow up.

Goals and Philosophy

  • There will only be one main repository, ever, for Hacktoolkit (with the exception of submodules--more on this later)
  • The goal is to be one repository that users can clone and immediately start using, not 47 different repositories.
  • Easy to use; easy onboarding process
  • Clean, robust code
  • Find the best examples that are already existing (don't reinvent the wheel), and import them as submodules
  • We love skeletons and bootstrap code

Nomenclature

Hacktoolkit vs hacktoolkit

Use Hacktoolkit (capital, proper name, one word, no spaces or hyphens) when referring to the project or code.

Use hacktoolkit (all lowercase) only when referring to the code, library, or package name.

Names in code

  • Java or Android package names, for example, should start with com.hacktoolkit and com.hacktoolkit.android, respectively
  • htk is the preferred abbreviation for lowercase names
  • Java class names can use the prefix HTK, e.g. HTKUtils.java, HTKConstants.java, HTKSettings.java

Getting Started

Three simple steps:

  1. Clone the repository
    git clone git@github.com:hacktoolkit/hacktoolkit.git
  2. Update submodules
    git submodule init (inside the directory of the newly cloned repository; only run the first time)
    git submodule update (Download the submodule codes the first time)
  3. Profit
    Start coding away with Hacktoolkit and share your delight with everyone else.
    To get future updates, run: git pull && git submodule update

Submodules

This project makes extensive use of Git Submodules.

For information on how to use Git Submodules, read http://git-scm.com/book/en/Git-Tools-Submodules.

In addition to the normal git clone or git pull, two commands are necessary to keep the submodules up-to-date:

  1. git submodule init after cloning
  2. git submodule update updates all the submodules

Contributing

Hacktoolkit is always looking for help, whether you are a designer or a developer. If you would like to be a maintainer for Hacktoolkit, contact Jonathan Tsai (https://github.com/jontsai). The majority of people should probably just fork this repository and issue pull requests.

  • Always include a README(.md is preferred) file in each directory, unless it is a leaf
  • Follow the best practices and coding style guides for that language, platform, or API
  • Use your best judgment and common sense, always.
  • More coming...