Pattern Lab Node Core
This repository contains the core functionality for Pattern Lab Node. Pattern Lab Core is designed to be included as a dependency within Node Editions. If this looks REALLY DIFFERENT from what you expected, check out the ChangeLog.
- Pattern Lab/Node: Gulp Edition contains info how to get started within a Gulp task running environment.
- Pattern Lab/Node: Grunt Edition contains info how to get started within a Grunt task running environment.
- @bmuenzenmeyer - Lead Maintainer
- @geoffp - Core Contributor
- @raphaelokon - CLI Contributor
- @tburny - Core Contributor
If you find yourself here and are looking to upgrade, check out how to upgrade from version to version of Pattern Lab Node here: https://github.com/pattern-lab/patternlab-node/wiki/Upgrading
Command Line Interface
The rudimentary command line interface is documented in the wiki, and already implemented for you within Node Editions. A full-featured command line interface is in the works, courtesy of @raphaelokon.
If you'd like to contribute to Pattern Lab Node, please do so! There is always a lot of ground to cover and something for your wheelhouse.
No pull request is too small. Check out any up for grabs issues as a good way to get your feet wet, or add some more unit tests.
- Please keep your pull requests concise and limited to ONE substantive change at a time. This makes reviewing and testing so much easier.
- ALWAYS submit pull requests against the dev branch. If this does not occur, I will first, try to redirect you gently, second, port over your contribution manually if time allows, and/or third, close your pull request. If you have a major feature to stabilize over time, talk to @bmuenzenmeyer about making a dedicated
- If you can, add some unit tests using the existing patterns in the
- To help hack on core from an edition, read this wiki page
Two files combine within the project to define and maintain our coding style.
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The Pattern Lab Node team uses our gitter.im channel, pattern-lab/node to keep in sync, share updates, and talk shop. Please stop by to say hello or as a first place to turn if stuck. Other channels in the Pattern Lab organization can be found on gitter too.