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Dynapic is a tool for generating images with dynamic content. You can use it to generate headers or profile pictures for your Social Media profiles, Open Graph images for each one of your blog posts, or any other picture with dybamic data to embed wherever you want.

Tech Stack

Infrastructure

  • Railway: infrastructure-as-a-service that allows to deploy and provision databases for different environments.

Main Technologies

Supporting Technologies

Development Guidelines

VSCode Remote Containers is used to create an isolated development environment and avoid conflicts with other locally installed tools.

System Requirements

Cloning the project

Using the gh CLI:

gh repo clone elkevinwolf/dynapic

Using https:

git clone https://github.com/elkevinwolf/dynapic.git

Using ssh:

git clone [email protected]:elkevinwolf/dynapic.git

Opening the Development Container

Open the cloned project in VS Code. Once you open it, you will see a popup with the text Folder contains a Dev Container configuration file. Reopen folder to develop in a container., click the Re-open in Container button and a new Docker container will be created and dependencies will be automatically installed for you.

Running the Development Server

With the project open in the Development Container, open the VSCode Integrated Terminal and enter npm run dev. Navigate to http://localhost:3000 and you will see the application up and running.

Contributing

  1. Create a new branch off of main
  2. Work on your changes, create as many commits as you need
  3. Open a Pull Request and set main as your base branch
  4. Once it has been approved and tested, it will be squash-merged into main and your changes will be live 🚀

Code Conventions

Prettier with the @elkevinwolf/prettier-config config and ESlint with the @elkevinwolf/eslint-config-react are used to ensure good and concise coding standards.

Commit conventions

All commits in the main branch should follow the Conventional Commits specification.

Commits in other branches or Pull Requests doesn’t need to follow the convention, since they will eventually be squash-merged into main using the above convention.

Continuous Integration / Continuous Deployment

Whenever a push happens, a GitHub Action will validate the code, by building, linting, and testing the application.

The main branch points to the production environment in Railway, while Pull Requests will provision temporary environments for testing.

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