How to setup your developer environment for Dendron
- while its possible to use other editors, we strongly recommend that you use VSCode for the built-in integration and access to dendron docs within the workspace
Before you begin, you need to make sure to have the following SDKs and tools:
- Node.js >= 14
- We recommend using a version in Active LTS
npm install -g yarn
npm install -g lerna
- vscode or vscodium
- while this is not required, it's highly recommended as the Dendron repo comes with documentation that is managed using Dendron
NOTE: this is optional and only applicable if you're using VSCode
Download Dendron by following instructions here
After you have gone through the tutorial, proceed, to next steps
When you clone the repo, developer docs will be available inside of your repo workspace
All packages in the repo use a standard base configuration found at .eslintrc.js.
If you are using vscode, download and enable the eslint extension. If you are using another editor, make sure you have eslint enabled.