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ZappyCode - Coding is Fun

Learning to code should also be fun. That's why we built Zappycode! A community of learners that don't like doing things the boring way. Join and see what it's all about.

Learn How to Run Locally

Link to Tutorial on Setting Up ZappyCode

Issues

Feel free to submit issues and enhancement requests under the issues tab.

Contributing

Zappycode welcomes contributions from the community and is an open source project. When contributing please be kind and respectful. In general, we follow the "fork-and-pull" Git workflow.

  1. Fork the repo on Github, top right-hand corner.
  2. Clone the project to your own machine. git clone https://github.com/<yourusername>/zappycode-django.git
  3. Commit changes to your own branch Create a new branch: git checkout -b new_branch Create a new remote for the upstream repo: git remote add upstream https://github.com/<your username>/zappycode-django
  4. Push your work back up to your fork git push -u origin new_branch
  5. Submit a Pull Request so that we can review your changes.

Windows: How to run zappycode locally?

  1. Fork the repo on Github, top right-hand corner. This creates a new copy of my demo repo under your GitHub user account with a URL like: https://github.com//zappycode-django

  2. Clone the project to your own machine. git clone https://github.com/<YourUserName>/zappycode-django

  3. Commit changes to your own branch Create a new branch: git checkout -b new_branch (name it whatever you like. Here, it is new_branch) Create a new remote for the upstream repo: git remote add upstream https://github.com/<your username>/zappycode-django

  4. Make a Virtual Environment using- conda create --name zappycodeenv python=3.6.9 If virtual environment isn't activated automatically, enter: conda activate zappycodeenv

  5. Install Requirements:- The Pipfile and Pipfile.lock contain dependencies. Read pipfiles to know how to use them to install dependecies. If that doesn't work, do as directed below:

    1. If you don't have pipenv, install it using pip install pipenv

    2. Enter: pipenv lock -r (You need to be present in the zappycode directory!)

    3. When it says "Successfully created virtual environment!" copy and paste Everything below virtualenv location in a text file and save it in the zappycode project cloned folder by the name of requirements.txt.

    4. Enter: pip install -r requirements.txt in shell.

  6. Now you can make changes to the code.

  7. Push it! git push -u origin new_branch

  8. Once you push the changes to your repo, the compare & pull request button will appear in GitHub. Click it!

  9. Add some info about the changes you made and click 'Create pull request' button.

  10. Done!

Mac: How to run zappycode locally?

Make sure Python v3.6.9 is installed on your machine. Already have a version installed? See here for help.

  1. Follow πŸ“ƒSteps 1 - 3 under contributing.
  2. Setup πŸ’»Virtual Environment inside the zappycode working directory.
  • run pipenv install in your terminal to setup the venv.
  • then pipenv shell to activate the venv.
  • to deactivate the venv run exit
  1. Start Contributing! πŸ˜ƒ
  2. πŸš€Push your work back up to your fork git push -u origin new_branch
  • Click the create pull request link in terminal.
  • Add some info about your changes
  • Submit pull request
  1. πŸŽ‰Done! You're Awesome⭐

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