OpenSauced

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react
nextjs
pizza
open-source

OpenSauced

🍕 app.opensauced.pizza 🍕

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🖼️ Project Figma

The figma for this project can be found here.

🔬 Atomic Design

This project uses Atomic Design for it's Components. Here are several resources for Atomic Design if you are unfamiliar:

📙 Storybook

The Storybook for this project can be found at design-insights.opensauced.pizza.

Run it locally

npm run storybook

Deploy your branch (video explaining this)

Navigate to the Storybook Action. Choose your branch in the "Run Workflow" dropdown.

storybook action tab

🖥️ Local development

To install the application:

npm ci

To start a local copy of the app on port 3000:

npm run dev

☁️️ Netlify Edge Functions

Note: For the best local development experience, it is recommended to have the Netlify CLI installed globally. Follow the installation guide to set up Netlify CLI on your machine.

To start a local copy of the app on port 3000 with Netlify Edge Functions):

netlify dev

ğŸŽ¨ Code linting

To check the code and styles quality, use the following command:

npm run lint

This will also display during development, but not break on errors.

To fix the linting errors, use the following command:

npm run format

🚀 Production deployment

A production deployment is a complete build of the project, including the build of the static assets.

npm run build

🤝 Contributing

We encourage contributors to open issues or take a look at the Bugs or Papercuts. If you would like to find good first issues, please check out the companion project to this, open-sauced/hot or check out the #good-first-issues channel in our Discord.

We encourage you to contribute to OpenSauced! Please check out the Contributing guide for guidelines about how to self-assign an issue and how to get started.

We have a commit utility called @open-sauced/conventional-commit that helps you write your commits in a way that is easy to understand and process by others.

It is generally integrated as an npm script but you can run it with npx as well:

npm run push

For any other npm based project or dotnpmrc defaulting to --yes:

npx -y @open-sauced/conventional-commit

🍕 Community

Got Questions? Join the conversation in our Discord.
Find OpenSauced videos and release overviews on our YouTube Channel, and check out the resources on our Dev.to org.