web.dev is the ultimate resource for developers of all backgrounds to learn, create, and solve on the web. It's meant to not only educate developers, but help them apply what they've learned to any site they work on, be it personal or business.
Note: this repo contains the written content for web.dev. The client-side JS and server are not yet open source.
Our wiki provides docs on authoring guides and codelabs.
Clone the repo.
git clone https://github.com/GoogleChrome/web.dev.git
Start a local server to preview the site.
Changes to assets will rebuild the site. Refresh to see changes.
npm run dev
http://localhost:8080/ to see the site locally. The preview server
allows you to see how the content will look on the production site, but it's
not a true staging server. For example, features like search and JS components
may not work or be entirely broken on the local preview.
Fetch latest styles (optional)
You won't need to do this if this is your first time installing the repo
because styles will be fetched in the
postinstall phase. But if you'd ever
like to grab the latest styles you can run this command:
npm run styles
Stage the site to App Engine. This requires you have the
command installed on your system.
npm run stage
Preview the site at https://web-dev-staging.appspot.com
If you'd like to stage the site but don't want to replace what's already on the current staging site, you can manually run:
npm run build gcloud app deploy --no-promote
This will generate a unique URL for your staged content.
The easiest way to debug the site is to add a
debugger statement to
.eleventy.js, then run
npm run debug, and go to
attach to the running process.
Found a bug?
You can file an issue in our issue tracker and a team member should reply shortly.
Want to help?
Take a look in the issue tracker for any bugs with a content label.