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README.md

this is a presentation on Contributing to React

Notes on contributing to react. See the presentation live at https://sw-yx.github.io/react-contributing/#/ or with server sync at http://react-contribute.surge.sh

EDIT from the future: this Talk Now As Seen On Reactjs.org!

add a ?presenter to your route to see in presenter mode. keyboard shortcut alt+O or P, more docs here

Please contact me on twitter if you want mentorship on your first React contribution.

This project is built on Spectacle Boilerplate. what follows is their readme.

Contents

Reference

The Spectacle core API is available at https://github.com/FormidableLabs/spectacle/blob/master/README.md.

Getting Started

After downloading the boilerplate, your first order of business is to open a terminal and run

yarn

or

npm install

if you're about that life.

Next, run

rm -R .git

to remove the existing version control.

Then, to start up the local server, run

npm start

Open a browser and hit http://localhost:3000, and we are ready to roll.

Build & Deployment

Building the dist version of the project is as easy as running

npm run build

If you want to deploy the slideshow to surge, run

npm run deploy