Thanks for your interest in improving React Async! Contributions of any kind are welcome. Please refer to this guide before opening an issue or pull request.
Please have the latest stable versions of the following on your machine
To start working on React Async, clone the repo and bootstrap the project:
git clone https://github.com/async-library/react-async.gitcd react-asyncyarn && yarn bootstrap && yarn test
Note that all work is done against the
next branch, we only merge to
master when doing a release.
We use Storybook as a development environment, particularly for the DevTools. Spin it up using:
yarn lint to verify your code style before committing. It's highly recommended to install the Prettier and ESLint plugins for your IDE. Travis CI will fail your build on lint errors. Configure VS Code with the following settings:
This should enable auto-fix for all source files, and give linting warnings and errors within your editor.
Use the following command to test all packages in watch mode. Refer to the Jest CLI options for details.
In general, this is sufficient during development. Travis CI will apply a more rigorous set of tests.
This runs all tests using various versions of
react-dom, to check for compatibility with older/newer versions of React. This is what CircleCI and Travis run.
examples folder, you will find sample React applications that use React Async in various ways with various other libraries. Please add a new example when introducing a major new feature. Make sure to add it to
now.json so it is automatically deployed when merged to
To run sample examples on your local environments
yarn build:examplesyarn test:examplesyarn start:examples
Sometimes your dependencies might end up in a weird state, causing random issues, especially when working with the examples. In this case it often helps to run
yarn clean -y && yarn bootstrap. This will delete
node_modules from all packages/examples and do a clean install.