🐬Ocean Protocol documentation. https://docs.oceanprotocol.com
These docs are meant to be viewed on docs.oceanprotocol.com. You can still browse them here but links or images might not work in some places.
If you want to contribute to these docs, then keep reading.
To write or update content, refer to the documentation of the documentation:
- Documentation: Content →
- Documentation: API References →
- Documentation: GitHub Data Fetching →
- Documentation: Repository Component →
The site is a React app built with Gatsby, pulling its content from local and external Markdown files, and from various APIs.
To start, clone this repo and set your
GITHUB_TOKEN (see GitHub GraphQL API):
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:oceanprotocol/docs.git cd docs/ # add GITHUB_TOKEN cp .env.sample .env vi .env
Then install dependencies and start up the development server:
npm i npm start
Alternatively, you can use Docker Compose to do the same, but without using your local system:
Either one of these commands will expose a hot-reloading server under:
Linting & Formatting
To enforce a consistent code style, linting is setup for pretty much every file. Linting is part of the test suite, meaning builds on Travis will fail in case of linting errors.
In this repo the following tools are setup for that:
# only run linting checks npm run lint # auto-formatting of all js, css, md, yml files npm run format
Editor Setup: VS Code
If you use VS Code as your editor, you can install those extensions to get linting as you type, and auto-formatting as you save:
Every branch or Pull Request is automatically deployed by Netlify with their GitHub integration. A link to a preview deployment will appear under each Pull Request.
The latest deployment of the
main branch is automatically aliased to
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