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napari.org

Source for napari.org website.

Usage

Setup Dev Environment

Python

The documentation is built using jupyter-book and various other Python dependencies. You'll need to run the following:

# it is recommended you do this within a virtual environment
pip install -r requirements.txt

Node.js

The napari theme is built with React and bundled with Next.js using the Static HTML Export. feature.

You will need to setup Node.js and Yarn to work with the theme and run the dev server:

# Install and use Node.js version defined in .nvmrc
nvm install && nvm use
# Install yarn for installing dependencies
npm install -g yarn
# Install dependencies
yarn

Development Mode

Running the book in dev mode runs a custom development server that is a thin wrapper over next and jupyter-book. To run the docs in development mode, run:

yarn dev

After the build is complete, you should be able to access the documentation at http://localhost:8080.

Building the book for production

To build the book for production, run:

yarn build

A fully-rendered HTML version of the book will be built in dist/.

Adding a new tutorial

  1. Make a copy of the template-page.ipynb notebook and add your new tutorial content.
  2. Add a line to the table of contents _toc.yml to point to your new tutorial.
  3. Run yarn dev to view your changes locally.
  4. Open a pull request to the napari/napari.github.io repository

Hosting the book

The html version of the book is hosted on the gh-pages branch of this repo. A GitHub actions workflow has been created that automatically builds and pushes the book to this branch on a push or pull request to main.

If you wish to disable this automation, you may remove the GitHub actions workflow and build the book manually by:

  • Navigating to your local build; and running,
  • ghp-import -n -p -f dist/ --cname="napari.org"

This will automatically push your build to the gh-pages branch. More information on this hosting process can be found here.

Contributors

We welcome and recognize all contributions. You can see a list of current contributors in the contributors tab.

Credits

This project is created using the excellent open source Jupyter Book project and the executablebooks/cookiecutter-jupyter-book template.