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Prettier Website

https://prettier.io/

Setup

  1. Build the Prettier browser libs for the playground by running the following in the project root dir:

    (To build for master, use PULL_REQUEST=true yarn build-docs)

  2. Switch to the website dir and start the server:

Configuration

In the project repo, the docs folder is used to hold documentation written in markdown. A blog folder can be used to hold blog posts written in markdown.

Document and Blog Front Matters

Documentation should contain front matter that follows this example:

id: doc1 # used for docs to find each other and to map links
title: Document Title
layout: docs1 # used to determine different sidebar groupings
category: Sidebar Category 1 # Category on the sidebar under which this doc goes
permalink: docs/en/doc1.html # link to the document that is used for site
previous: doc0 # previous doc on sidebar for navigation
next: doc2 # next doc on the sidebar for navigation
# don't include next if this is the last doc; don't include previous if first doc
---

Blog posts should be written as markdown files with the following front matter:

title: Blog Post Title
author: Author Name
authorURL: http://twitter.com/author # (or some other link)
authorFBID: 21315325 # id to get author's picture
---

In the blog post you should include a line <!--truncate-->. This will determine under which point text will be ignored when generating the preview of your blog post. Blog posts should have the file name format: yyyy-mm-dd-your-file-name.md.

Language Configurations

The examples script will generate a languages.js file and i18n folder for translation support, but if you only wish to support English, then these are not needed.

Site Configurations

Configure the siteConfig.js file which has comments guiding you through what needs to be done and how each configuration affects your website.

Customize core/Footer.js which will serve as the footer for each page on your website.

Include your own top-level pages as React components in pages/. These components should just be the body sections of the pages you want, and they will be included with the header and footer that the rest of Docusaurus uses. Examples are provided for your reference. Currently, if you want to add other React components to your pages, you must include all of it inside that file due to how require paths are set-up. You may also include .html files directly, but this is not recommended, and these will just be served as is and will not have any of the header/footer/styles shared by the rest of Docusaurus.

All images and other static assets you wish to include should be placed inside the static folder. Any .css files provided in static will be concatenated to the standard styles provided by Docusaurus and used site-wide.

Files placed in static/ will be accessible in the following way: static/img/image.png will be accessible at img/image.png.

Please run yarn svgo path/to/image.svg before committing a new SVG to the repository.

Using Docusaurus

Run the Server

To run your website locally run the script:

yarn start

This will start a server hosting your website locally at localhost:3000. This server will ignore any occurrences siteConfig.baseUrl in URLs, e.g. localhost:3000/your-site/index.html will be the same as localhost:3000/index.html. Any changes to configured files will be reflected by refreshing the page, i.e. the server does not need to be restarted to show changes.

Build Static Pages

To create a static build of your website, run the script:

yarn build

This will generate .html files from all of your docs and other pages included in pages/. This allows you to check whether or not all your files are being generated correctly. The build folder is inside Docusaurus’s directory inside node_modules.

Publishing Your Website

Use CircleCI to publish your website whenever your project repo is updated. Configure your circle.yml file in your project repo to run commands to publish to GitHub Pages. An example is shown here:

machine:
  node:
    version: 6.10.3
  npm:
    version: 3.10.10

test:
  override:
    - "true"

deployment:
  website:
    branch: master
    commands:
      - git config --global user.email "test-site-bot@users.noreply.github.com"
      - git config --global user.name "Website Deployment Script"
      - echo "machine github.com login test-site-bot password $GITHUB_TOKEN" > ~/.netrc
      - cd website && npm install && GIT_USER=test-site-bot npm run publish-gh-pages

Note that in this case a GitHub user test-site-bot is created to use just for publishing. Make sure to give your Git user push permissions for your project and to set a GITHUB_TOKEN environment variable in Circle if you choose to publish this way.

If you wish to manually publish your website with the publish-gh-pages script, run the following example command with the appropriate variables for your project:

DEPLOY_USER=deltice GIT_USER=test-site-bot CIRCLE_PROJECT_USERNAME=deltice CIRCLE_PROJECT_REPONAME=test-site CIRCLE_BRANCH=master npm run publish-gh-pages