The PatternFly Org is the source for the official documentation for PatternFly 3 and PatternFly 4.
Development setup requires yarn. If you do not already have yarn installed on your system, see https://yarnpkg.com/en/.
Live Reload Server
A local Gatsby development server can be started with:
Takes 1m26s to load http://localhost:8003 on a 2015 Macbook.
An old grunt development server can be with:
Takes 13s to load http://localhost:9002 on a 2015 Macbook.
Install the Gatsby site dependencies and build it using yarn:
yarn install yarn build:v4
Takes 38s to install + 3m18s to build. Subsequent runs with cache take 1m10s on a 2015 Macbook.
You can build the old /v3 Jekyll site using yarn:
yarn install yarn build:v3
Takes 13s on a 2015 Macbook.
When you submit a PR, previews should be automatically generated for you and uploaded as PR comments. This takes between 5-10 minutes.
When the PR is merged to master, the site is first deployed to a staging S3 bucket.
When PatternFly does a release (currently every 3 weeks) this bucket is copied to https://patternfly.org.
You might have a dirty file tree with old submodules and folders lying around. You can remove these with:
git clean -dfx