Okuna.js (beta) - A library for Node.js and the browser to connect to the Okuna API.
This library is currently in public beta, so errors might appear here and there. If you've stumbled upon an error, please report it in the library's issue tracker.
Table of Contents
- Getting Started
You can install the library using npm:
npm i okuna
yarn add okuna
You can read the library documentation here.
There are many different ways to contribute to the project's development, just find the one that best fits with your skills and open an issue/pull request in the repository.
Examples of contributions we love include:
- Code patches
- Bug reports
- Patch reviews
Code of Conduct
Please read and follow our Code of Conduct.
Every contribution accepted is licensed under MIT or any later version. You must be careful to not include any code that can not be licensed under this license.
Please read carefully our license and ask us if you have any questions.
Cyber-hero? Check out our Vulnerability Disclosure page.
We're available almost 24/7 in the Okuna slack channel. Join us!
Git commit message conventions
Help us keep the repository history consistent
We use gitmoji as our git message convention.
If you're using git in your command line, you can download the handy tool gitmoji-cli.
Clone the repository:
git clone email@example.com:jozsefsallai/okuna.js.git cd okuna.js
Install the dependencies:
To run a development build:
npm run watch
To make a single build of the files:
npm run build
To build for both Node and the browser, run:
npm run prepare
Make sure that your changes pass linting:
npm run lint
...and that your tests are okay:
npm run test