Make sure to include a configuration file named surfql.config.json
[ ] Create a Postman type of panel that sits in VSCode
[ ] Create input fields for requests on the webview panel
[ ] Find a way to access to the developers DB or AP and return the data
[ ] Make the parser handle schemas created
Steps to Contribute
Contributions really make the open source community an amazing place to learn, inspire, and create. Any contributions made to surfQL are ** appreciated**.
If you have a suggestion that would make this better, please fork the repo and create a pull request. You can also simply open an issue with the tag "enhancement".
Don't forget to give the project a star! Thanks again!
Fork & Clone SurfQL
Create your Feature Branch (git checkout -b <github_username>/<YourAmazingFeature>)
Make your Changes (See Making Changes below)
Commit your Changes (git commit -m '<Your Commit Message>')
Push to the Branch (git push origin <github_username>/<YourAmazingFeature>)
Open a Pull Request
Make your changes!
Open /surfQL/src/extension.ts and save any changes you made
Re-compile and re-build your extension using the command line: npm run compile & npm run build
Press F5. A new VSCode window should open. This is your debugging environment!
Repeat step 3 and refresh your debugging environment to test further changes