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README.md

QRL API DOCUMENTATION | v1.0.1 | Codacy Badge

This site serves the protocol documentation for theQRL. The site is hosted at https://api.theqrl.org

This documentation is build using the Slate API documentation builder.

Slate: API Documentation Generator

Slate helps you create beautiful, intelligent, responsive API documentation.

Screenshot of Example Documentation created with Slate

There are some great instructions on how to edit the site over in the Slate WIKI

Site Details

  • The main page is built from /source/index.html.md, Edit this File
  • Proto files are pulled in from the /source/includes/ directory. Look here for the proto files and Edit here
  • Code blocks that show up on the right are first after the section header
  • <aside class="success"></aside> gives a call out in the body
    • alert and notice also work and change the style.
  • > gives a call out in the code section on the right
  • Code blocks that start with ```javascript will be shown when the javascript tab is selected
  • Code blocks that start with ```python will be shown when the python tab is selected
  • Code blocks that start with ```shell will be shown when the cURL tab is selected

Getting Started with Slate


Prerequisites

You're going to need:

  • Linux or macOS — Windows may work, but is unsupported.
  • Ruby, version 2.3.1 or newer
  • Bundler — If Ruby is already installed, but the bundle command doesn't work, just run gem install bundler in a terminal.

Getting Set Up

  1. Fork this repository on GitHub.
  2. Clone your forked repository (not our original one) to your hard drive with git clone https://github.com/YOURUSERNAME/slate.git
  3. cd slate
  4. Initialize and start Slate. You can either do this locally, or with Vagrant:
# either run this to run locally
bundle install
bundle exec middleman server

You can now see the docs at http://localhost:4567. Whoa! That was fast!

To build a clean static site simply. This will build into the /build directory

bundle exec middleman build --clean

OR run this to run with vagrant

vagrant up

Now that Slate is all set up on your machine, you'll probably want to learn more about editing Slate markdown, or how to publish your docs.

If you'd prefer to use Docker, instructions are available in the wiki.

Note on JavaScript Runtime

For those who don't have JavaScript runtime or are experiencing JavaScript runtime issues with ExecJS, it is recommended to add the rubyracer gem to your gemfile and run bundle again.

Ruby 2.3.1 or newer

gpg --keyserver hkp://keys.gnupg.net --recv-keys 409B6B1796C275462A1703113804BB82D39DC0E3 7D2BAF1CF37B13E2069D6956105BD0E739499BDB

#grab the RVM script
\curl -sSL https://get.rvm.io -o rvm.sh

# install
cat rvm.sh | bash -s stable

#source it
source ~/.rvm/scripts/rvm

rvm install ruby --default

Bundler

Install bundler with the following.

gem install bundler

bundle slate

From the root directory with the latest changes made in the source files, run the following commands.

# Install
bundle install

bundle exec middleman build --clean

This will take any new changes in the /source direcctory and build it into the /build folder with a static directory and index.html file. Move the /build directory to your webroot to serve the file.

Built With

  • Slate - Slate API Documentation
  • The QRL - The QRL blockchain and API

Authors

  • James Gordon - Site Layout and development - fr1t2

See also the list of contributors who participated in this project.

Drop in the discord if you need to ask a question QRL Discord Server

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