A collection of useful online web development tools.
Make sure you have a recent version of Node.js installed (we recommend at least version
v12.14.). After installing Node.js you'll have the
node but also the
npm command available. npm is Node.js' package manager.
Additionally, please have a look at the CONTRIBUTING.md including further information about what counts as a tiny helper.
Fork and clone this repository. Head over to your terminal and run the following command:
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:[YOUR_USERNAME]/tiny-helpers.git cd tiny-helpers npm ci npm run helper:add
Add a new helper
npm run helper:add will ask a few questions and create a file in
Commit the changes and open a pull request.
Run the project locally
This project uses Vercel's routing configuration. The
/ route doesn't work locally. To start, navigate to
localhost:8080/home/ after running
npm run dev.
npm run dev