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Quantum Mechanical Keyboard Configurator

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The QMK Configurator is an online tool used for easily creating firmware files for keyboards supported in qmk_firmware. The tool is located on https://config.qmk.fm.

The QMK Configurator allows simple keymap creation and saving via .json keymap files, and generates appropriate firmware files for flashing onto selected keyboards.

This project is very much a work in progress. To begin contributing, please refer to the following:

Development

We recommend you install and use NVM to manage node versions. There is a .nvmrc file in the root of the project directory that has been tested with our dependencies.

Select node version

nvm use

Project setup

yarn install

Compiles and hot-reloads for development

yarn run dev

Compiles and minifies for production

yarn run build

Run your tests

yarn run test

Lints and fixes files

yarn run lint

Run your end-to-end tests

Start the server separatly

yarn run test:cypress

Run your end-to-end tests like CI

Start the server separatly

yarn run test:cypress:ci

Run your unit tests

yarn run test:unit

Customize configuration

See Configuration Reference.

Docker

If you don't have a webserver already and don't already have one in mind you can use docker. By default it spins up a self-contained environment.

docker run -p 8080:80 qmkfm/qmk_configurator:latest

You can specify a different backend URL by setting VUE_APP_API_URL:

docker run -e VITE_API_URL=http://localhost:8080 -p 8080:80 qmkfm/qmk_configurator:latest

If you'd like to develop locally you can use a volume to tie your local filesystem to the container:

docker run --mount type=volume,source=.,target=/qmk_configurator -p 8080:80 qmkfm/qmk_configurator:latest

Building The Docker Image

Most of the time you don't need to do this, you can use volume mounts as described above to use the pre-built image with your local tree.

If for some reason you do need to build it yourself, you can use this command:

docker build -t qmk_configurator .

This process will take a while. You may want to go make some tea or something. When it finishes you can run it with this command:

docker run -p 8080:80 qmk_configurator

Internationalization Guide

Please refer to this document