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Open Sauced

πŸ• Open Sauced πŸ•

The path to your next Open Source contribution

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Open Sauced provides structured onboarding for new contributors to open source. This structure provides a way to track your next contributions by leveraging a unique dashboard built on top of the GitHub GraphQL API.


πŸ“– Prerequisites

In order to run the project from a container we need node>=14, npm>=7 and docker>=20 installed on our development machines or use one of the listed cloud providers we support:


βœ… fully ready integrated development environment

β­• VS Code settings sync is not ideal

Open in Gitpod

Gitpod is mostly free but has extensive documentation for all its contributing features.

For Vite to work with Gitpod we need to use a custom Dockerfile that lives under .gitpod.Dockerfile.

Open Sauced comes with a pre-defined .gitpod.yml that should work out of the box in multiple contribution scenarios.


βœ… fully ready integrated development environment

β­• modified contribution workflows

Open in Replit

Replit is an old service that recently supported NixOS, enabling full customisation of the runner and project.

Open Sauced is configured with a shell environment supporting node@16 and npm@8. The build environment script lives in shell.nix and the repl config lives in .replit.


βœ… can be used as editor replacement

βœ… supports deployment preview

β­• enforces custom package manager for stability

β­• low resources free tier limitations

Open in CodeSandbox


βœ… can be used as editor replacement

βœ… supports deployment preview

β­• enforces custom package manager for stability

β­• limited documentation on container limitations

Open in Stackblitz


βœ… can be used as editor replacement

βœ… supports deployment preview

β­• enforces custom package manager for stability

β­• does not support stacked hot module reload

β­• severely low resources free tier limitations

Remix on Glitch

πŸ–₯️ Local development

To install the application:

npm ci

To start a local copy of the app on port 3000:

npm start

πŸ§ͺ Test

For running the test suite, use the following command. Since the tests run in watch mode by default, some users may encounter errors about too many files being open. In this case, it may be beneficial to install watchman.

npm test

You can request a coverage report by running the following command:

npm run test:coverage

πŸ“¦ Docker builds

A development preview can also be run from docker:

docker build -t open-sauced-dev .
docker run -p 8080:80 open-sauced-dev

Alternatively you can pull the production container and skip all builds:

docker run -dit -p 8080:80

🎨 Code linting

To check the code and styles quality, use the following command:

npm run lint

This will also display during development, but not break on errors.

To fix the linting errors, use the following command:

npm run format

πŸš€ Production deployment

A production deployment is a complete build of the project, including the build of the static assets.

npm run build

You can analyze the build by running the following command:

npm run build:analyze

🎭 Offline asset optimization

We also have a script for updating .svg files used in the project, you only need to run this if you add new assets:

npm run build:svgo

And one for .png and .jpg files:

npm run build:squoosh

🚧 Development debugging

Thanks to antfu/vite-plugin-inspect we can always inspect the bundles in development by navigating to localhost:3000/__inspect/ in your browser.

πŸ“™ Storybook

Storybook is being leveraged to mock out visual React components. The latest version of the design system can be found at this URL.

npm run storybook

storybook example screenshot

πŸ”‘ Authentication

Authentication is handled through OneGraph's AuthGuardian service.

πŸ’Ύ Database

This project uses GitHub as a database. When you login, you will be presented with a button to create a goals repository. That repository template lives at open-sauced/goals-template.

πŸ’¨ Service Worker

This project uses the sw-precache to kickstart an offline cache. The offline cache only registers in production. If service needs to be manually removed make an unregister call from the registerServiceWorker.js import.

πŸŒ™ Dark Mode

This project supports "dark mode" styling, and by default it will follow the color preference on your device. It also allows for overriding this using buttons at the top right of the screen, which will persist the preference to local storage on your device. More info about color preference web API's can be found here: MDN Web Docs

πŸ“ Markdown Support

This project leverages Remirror for a delightful experience in documenting your Open Source goals. The editor supports markdown features including heading levels, bulleted lists, text formatting, code snippets, and emojis!

🀝 Contributing

We encourage you to contribute to Open Sauced! Please check out the Contributing guide for guidelines about how to proceed.

We have a commit utility called @open-sauced/conventional-commit that helps you write your commits in a way that is easy to understand and process by others.

It is generally integrated as an npm script but you can run it with npx as well:

npm run push

For any other npm based project or dotnpmrc defaulting to --yes:

npx -y @open-sauced/conventional-commit

πŸ• Community

Got Questions? Join the conversation in our Discord.
Find Open Sauced videos and release overviews on our YouTube Channel.

🎦 Repository Visualization

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