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README.md

TubeMQ Official Website

This project keeps all sources used for building up TubeMQ official website which's served at https://tubemq.apache.org/

Prerequisite

TubeMQ website is powered by docsite. If your version of docsite is less than 1.3.3,please upgrade to 1.3.3. Please also make sure your node version is 10.16.x, versions higher than 10.16.x is not supported by docsite yet.

Build instruction

  1. Run npm install docsite -g to install the dev tool.
  2. Run npm i in the root directory to install the dependencies.
  3. Run docsite start in the root directory to start a local server, you will see the website in ‘http://127.0.0.1:8080’.
  4. Run docsite build to build source code.

If you have higher version of node installed, you may consider nvm to allow different versions of node coexisting on your machine.

  1. Follow the instructions to install nvm
  2. Run nvm install v8.16.0 to install node v8
  3. Run nvm use v8.16.0 to switch the working environment to node v8
  4. Run npm install docsite -g

Then you are all set to run and build the website. Follow the build instruction above for the details.

How to send a PR

Make sure you have submit issue for tracking PR: https://issues.apache.org/jira/projects/TUBEMQ/issues

  1. Do not use git add . to commit all the changes.
  2. Just push your changed files, such as:
    • *.md
    • blog.js or docs.js or site.js
  3. Send a PR to master branch.

Guide for adding new document

Add a new blog

  1. Add new .md file under blog/en-us or blog/zh-cn.
  2. Update site_config/blog.js, add a new entry to the blog in either en-us or zh-cn.
  3. Run docsite start locally to verify the blog can be displayed correctly.
  4. Send the pull request contains the .md and blog.js only.

Add a new article for development

  1. Add new .md file under docs/en-us/development or docs/zh-cn/development.
  2. Update site_config/development.js, add a new entry in either en-us or zh-cn.
  3. Run docsite start locally to verify the article can be displayed correctly.
  4. Send the pull request contains the *.md and development.js only.

Add a new article for docs

  1. Add new .md file under docs/en-us or docs/zh-cn.
  2. Update site_config/docs.js, add a new entry in either en-us or zh-cn.
  3. Run docsite start locally to verify the article can be displayed correctly.
  4. Send the pull request contains the *.md and development.js only.