ethereum / ethereum-org-website

Ethereum.org is a primary online resource for the Ethereum community.

Home Page:https://ethereum.org/

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πŸ‘‹ Welcome to ethereum.org!

This is the repo for the ethereum.org website, a resource for the Ethereum community. The purpose of the site is to β€œBe the best portal to Ethereum for our growing global community" - read more about what this means here.

ethereum.org is improved and changed over time through the contributions of community members who submit content, give feedback, or volunteer their time to managing its evolution. If you’re interested in helping to improve ethereum.org, find out how to contribute.

Looking for the Ethereum blockchain's code?

If you're looking for the Ethereum blockchain itself, there is no single repo. Instead, Ethereum has multiple implementations of the protocol written in different programming languages for security and diversity. Check out the different implementations


How to contribute

This project follows the all-contributors specification. Contributions of any kind welcome!

How updates are made to ethereum.org:

Submit an issue

Fork the repository (repo)

Set up your local environment (optional)

If you're ready to contribute and create your PR, it will help to set up a local environment so you can see your changes.

  1. Set up your development environment

  2. Clone your fork

If this is your first time forking our repo, this is all you need to do for this step:

$ git clone [email protected]:[your_github_handle]/ethereum-org-website.git && cd ethereum-org-website

If you've already forked the repo, you'll want to ensure your fork is configured and that it's up to date. This will save you the headache of potential merge conflicts.

To configure your fork:

$ git remote add upstream https://github.com/ethereum/ethereum-org-website.git

To sync your fork with the latest changes:

$ git checkout dev
$ git fetch upstream
$ git merge upstream/dev
  1. Install dependencies
$ yarn
  1. Add personal GitHub API token (free)

We recommend setting this up when running the project locally, as we use the GitHub API to fetch repository data for many projects & files.

  • Follow these instructions to create a personal GitHub API token
    • When selecting scopes in step 8, leave everything unchecked (the data we fetch doesn't require any scope)
  • In local repo root directory: Make a copy of .env.example and name it .env
  • Copy & paste your new GitHub API token into .env
// .env Example:
GATSBY_GITHUB_TOKEN_READ_ONLY=48f84de812090000demo00000000697cf6e6a059
  1. Add Etherscan API token (free)
  • Create an account on Etherscan
  • Navigate to your Account Settings page
  • In the sidebar, click on 'API-KEYs' and add a new token
  • Copy & paste your Api-Key Token from Etherscan into .env
// .env Example:
ETHERSCAN_API_KEY=K6NUTARFJZJCIXHF1F1E1YGJZ8RQ29BE4U
  1. Add DeFiPulse API token (free)
  • Follow this guide to create an account and get your DeFiPulse API token
  • Copy & paste your Active API Key from DeFiPulse into .env
// .env Example:
DEFI_PULSE_API_KEY=4953aaf7966dad9c129397e197a0630ed0594f66962dd5fb058972b250da

Make awesome changes!

  1. Create new branch for your changes
$ git checkout -b new_branch_name
  1. Start developing!
$ yarn start
  • Open this directory in your favorite text editor / IDE, and see your changes live by visiting localhost:8000 from your browser
  • Pro Tip: Explore scripts within package.json for more build options
  1. Commit and prepare for pull request (PR). In your PR commit message, reference the issue it resolves (see how to link a commit message to an issue using a keyword).
$ git commit -m "brief description of changes [Fixes #1234]"
  1. Push to your GitHub account
$ git push

Submit your PR

  • After your changes are commited to your GitHub fork, submit a pull request (PR) to the dev branch of the ethereum/ethereum-org-website repo
  • In your PR description, reference the issue it resolves (see linking a pull request to an issue using a keyword)
    • ex. Updates out of date content [Fixes #1234]
  • Netlify (our hosting service) deploys all PRs to a publicly accessible preview URL, e.g.: Netlify deploy preview
  • Confirm your Netlify preview deploy looks & functions as expected
  • Why not say hi and draw attention to your PR in our discord server?

Wait for review

Release

  • master is continually synced to Netlify and will automatically deploy new commits to ethereum.org
  • The website team will periodically merge dev into master (typically multiple times per week)
  • You can view the history of releases, which include PR highlights

Translation Program

The Translation Program is an initiative to translate ethereum.org into different languages and make the website accessible to people from all over the world.

If you are looking to get involved as a translator, you can join our project in Crowdin and start translating the website to your language immediately.

To get more information about the program, learn how to use Crowdin, check on the progress or find some useful tools for translators, please visit the Translation Program page.


The ethereum.org website stack

  • Node.js
  • Yarn package manager
  • Gatsby
    • Manages page builds and deployment
    • Configurable in gatsby-node.js, gatsby-browser.js, gatsby-config.js, and gatsby-ssr.js
    • Gatsby Tutorial
    • Gatsby Docs
  • React - A JavaScript library for building component-based user interfaces
  • GraphQL - A query language for APIs
  • Algolia - Site indexing, rapid intra-site search results, and search analytics
    • Primary implementation: /src/components/Search/index.js
  • Crowdin - crowdsourcing for our translation efforts (See "Translation initiative" below)
  • GitHub Actions - Manages CI/CD, and issue tracking
  • Netlify - DNS management and primary host for master build. Also provides automatic preview deployments for all pull requests

Code structure

Folder Primary use
/src Main source folder for development
/src/assets Image assets
/src/components React components that do not function as stand alone pages
/src/content Markdown/MDX files for site content stored here.
For example: ethereum.org/en/about/ is built from src/content/about/index.md
The markdown files are parsed and rendered by src/templates/static.js*
/src/content/developers/docs *Markdown files in here use the Docs template: src/templates/docs.js
/src/content/developers/tutorials *Markdown files in here use the Tutorial template: src/templates/tutorial.js
/src/data General data files importable by components
/src/hooks Custom React hooks
/src/intl Language translation JSON files
/src/lambda Lambda function scripts for API calls
/src/pages
/src/pages-conditional
React components that function as stand alone pages.
For example: ethereum.org/en/wallets/find-wallet is built from src/pages/wallets/find-wallet.js
/src/scripts
/src/utils
Custom utility scripts
/src/styles Stores layout.css which contains root level css styling
/src/templates JSX templates that define layouts of differnt regions of the site
/src/theme.js Declares site color themes, breakpoints and other constants (try to utilize these colors first)

Website conventions / best practices

❗️ Translation initiative

Please read carefully if adding or altering any written language content

How to prepare your content for translation depends on whether you're working on a simple Markdown/MDX page or a React component page.

- MDX pages (/src/content/page/)

Markdown will be translated as whole pages of content, so no specific action is required. Simply create a new folder within /src/content/ with the name of the page, then place index markdown file (ie. index.md) within new folder.

- React component page

  • English text should be placed into /src/intl/en/page-CORRESPONDING-PAGE.json

  • Crowdin is the platform we use to manage & crowdsource translation efforts. Please use the following conventions to help streamline this process.

  • Use kebab casing (utilizing-dashes-between-words) for file names and JSON keys

  • Use standard sentence casing for entry values

    • If capitalization styling required, it is preferable to style with CSS
      • Do this:
          JSON `"page-warning": "Be very careful"`
          CSS `text-transform: uppercase`
        
      • Not this:
          JSON `"page-warning": "BE VERY CAREFUL"`
        
    • This minimizes issues during translation, and allows consistent styling to all languages
  • Please avoid embedding links within a sentence. For a word/phrase to be a link, it requires a key/string in the intl JSON. If this is in the middle of another sentence, this results in the sentence being broken into multiple pieces, and requires coding the sentence structure into the JavaScript.

    • This results in significant challenges during translation process, as written syntax for each language will very in terms of ordering subjects/verbs/etc.
    • If you're wanting to link to something within your sentence, create a link at the end of the sentence or paragraph:
    <p>All Ethereum transactions require a fee, known as Gas, that gets paid to the miner. <Link to="link">More on Gas</Link></p>
    

    Once, you've addded your English content to the appropriate JSON file, the above code should look something more like:

     <p><Translation id="page-transactions" />{" "}<Link to="link"><Translation id="page-transactions-gas-link" /></Link></p>
    
    • tl;dr Each individual JSON entry should be a complete phrase by itself
  • This is done using the Translation component. However there is an alternative method for regular JS: gatsby-plugin-intl with /src/utils/translations.js

    • Method one: <Translation /> component (preferred if only needed in JSX)

      import { Translation } from "src/components/Translation"
      
      // Utilize in JSX using
      <Translation id="language-json-key" />
      
    • Method two: translateMessageId()

      import { useIntl } from "gatsby-plugin-intl"
      import { translateMessageId } from "src/utils/translations"
      
      // Utilize anywhere in JS using
      const intl = useIntl()
      translateMessageId("language-json-key", intl)
      
      const siteTitle = translateMessageId("site-title", intl)
      

React Hooks

  • Components and pages are written using arrow function syntax with React hooks in lieu of using class-based components
// Example
import React, { useState, useEffect } from 'react'

const ComponentName = props => {
  // useState hook for managing state variables
  const [greeting, setGreeting] = useState('')

  useEffect(() => {
    // useEffect hook for handling component lifecycle
    setGreeting('Hello world')
  }, [])

  return <div>{greeting}</div>
};

export default ComponentName;

Styling

  • src/theme.js - Declares site color themes, breakpoints and other constants (try to utilize these colors first)

  • We use styled-components

    • Tagged template literals are used to style custom components
    // Example of styling syntax using styled-components
    
    import styled from "styled-components"
    
    const GenericButton = styled.div`
      width: 200px;
      height: 50px;
    `
    const PrimaryButton = styled(GenericButton)`
      background: blue;
    `
    const SecondaryButton = styled(GenericButton)`
      background: red;
    `
    
    // These are each components, capitalized by convention, and can be used within JSX code
    // ie: <PrimaryButton>Text</PrimaryButton>
    
    • Recommended VS Code Plugin: vscode-styled-components
      To install: Open VS Code > Ctrl+P / Cmd+P > Run:
      ext install vscode-styled-components
  • Values from src/theme.js are automatically passed as a prop object to styled components

    // Example of theme.js usage
    
    import styled from "styled-components"
    
    const Container = styled.div`
      background: ${(props) => props.theme.colors.background};
      @media (max-width: ${(props) => props.theme.breakpoints.s}) {
        font-size: #{(props) => props.theme.fontSized.s};
      }
    `
    
  • Framer Motion - An open source and production-ready motion library for React on the web, used for our animated designs

  • Emojis: We use Twemoji, an open-source emoji set created by Twitter. These are hosted by us, and used to provide a consistent experience across operating systems.

// Example of emoji use
import Emoji from "./Emoji"

// Within JSX:
<Emoji text=":star:" size={1} /> // sized in `em`
  • Icons: We use React Icons
    • src/components/Icon.js is the component used to import icons to be used
    • If an icon you want to use is not listed you will need to add it to this file

src/components/Icon.js:

// Example of how to add new icon not listed
import { ZzIconName } from "react-icons/zz"

// Then add to IconContect.Provider children:
{name === "alias" && <ZzIconName />}

From React component:

// Example of icon use
import Icon from "./Icon"

// Within JSX:
<Icon name="alias" />

Image loading and API calls using GraphQL

  • Gatsby + GraphQL used for loading of images and preferred for API calls (in lieu of REST, if possible/practical). Utilizes static page queries that run at build time, not at run time, optimizing performance.
  • Image loading example:
import { graphql } from "gatsby"

export const query = graphql`
  query {
    hero: file(relativePath: { eq: "developers-eth-blocks.png" }) {
      childImageSharp {
        fluid(maxWidth: 800) {
          ...GatsbyImageSharpFluid
        }
      }
    }
  }
`
// These query results get passed as an object `props.data` to your component
  • API call example:
import { graphql } from "gatsby"

export const repoInfo = graphql`
  fragment repoInfo on GitHub_Repository {
    stargazerCount
    languages(orderBy: { field: SIZE, direction: DESC }, first: 2) {
      nodes {
        name
      }
    }
    url
  }
`
export const query = graphql`
  query {
    hardhatGitHub: github {
      repository(owner: "nomiclabs", name: "hardhat") {
        ...repoInfo
      }
    }
  }
`
// These query results get passed as an object `props.data` to your component

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Claim your POAP!

What is POAP?

The Proof of Attendance Protocol is a dapp that distributes badges in the form of ERC-721 tokens to prove you participated in an event. More on POAPs.

ethereum.org 2021 Contributor POAP

  • If you have commited any changes in 2021 so far that were merged into our repo, you have a POAP waiting!

  • This includes our dedicated translators on Crowdin

    Discord

  • πŸ‘† To claim your Contributor POAP, join our Discord server and paste a link to your contribution in the #poaps-πŸ† channel

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  • To help with verification we request GitHub contributors connect their GitHub account with their Discord account (Discord > Settings > Connections > GitHub). Crowdin contributors will be verified directly through Crowdin by our team.

  • If you haven't contributed yet and would like to earn a POAP to show your loyalty to the Ethereum space, head over to the issues tab to get started!


Contributors

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