VSCode Dark Theme created by luisfalconmx
First clone the repository from github
Or fork this project clicking in the fork button set in head of this page.
If you need help for this step check the next guide: https://docs.github.com/en/get-started/quickstart/fork-a-repo
Set node version with nvm and install dependencies
Finally you can start a local dev server with this command
Also exists a command for apply code writing rules like indents, semicolons, etc. You can use the following command
To contribute to the project you need to create a new branch from the main branch
Once you complete your project changes can be committed following the standard established by conventional commits.
Commit message with no body
Commit message with scope
Commit message with description and breaking change footer
If the code passes the tests and the commit message follows the standards set by conventional commits, you can commit your changes and upload them to the remote repository and you're ready to create a Pull Request to the main branch.
If you need help to make a pull request, you can consult the following link:
Linters, Code Formater and other tools
All changes to the project will be validated by creating a commit. These are the tools used to ensure that all code follows the quality standards defined for all contributions:
Join us in discussions
We use GitHub Discussions to talk about all sorts of topics related to documentation and this site. For example: if you'd like to help troubleshooting a PR, have a great new idea, or want to share something amazing you've learned in our docs, join us in the discussions.
Our project roadmap is where you can learn about what features we're working on, what stage they're in, and when we expect to bring them to you. Have any questions or comments about items on the roadmap? Share your feedback in discussions section.
Review the project roadmap. Maybe there is something amazing that you can contribute 😉
To create a release it is necessary to prepare the project following these steps
Create a new version with tag
The above command receives as a parameter a specific version such as 1.4.0 or a version type defined by npm's semantic versioning which will automatically increment the number.
These are the available types that can be used as a parameter:
Upload the tag to the remote repository
Check the complete list of all official releases published: https://github.com/luisfalconmx/falcon-theme/releases
This project is free and open-source software licensed under the MIT Licence.
Some contents like images, videos, documents and other multimedia files use your own licence and in case required atributtion this is mentioned in any part of this project like in the code or in the documentation.
Thank you very much for visiting this repository, contributing amazing code and being part of this great community on github.
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