- Welcome examples
- Won’t merge
- Submit ideas
- Set up the development environment
- Our code style
- Testing for errors
- Creating your own extensions
- Further questions
Tiptap would be nothing without its lively community. Contributions have always been and will always be welcome. Here is a little bit you should know, before you send your contribution:
- Failing regression tests as bug reports
- Documentation improvements, e. g. fix a typo, add a section
- New features for existing extensions, e. g. a new configureable option
- Well explained, non-breaking changes to the core
- New extensions, which we then need to support and maintain
Make sure to open an issue and outline your idea first. We’ll get back to you quickly and let you know if there is a chance we can merge your contribution.
Set up the development environment
- Copy the code to your local machine:
$ git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:ueberdosis/tiptap.git
- Install dependencies:
$ npm install
- Start the development environment:
$ npm run start
- Open http://localhost:3000 in your favorite browser.
- Start playing around!
Our code style
There is an eslint config that ensures a consistent code style. To check for errors, run
$ npm run lint. That’ll be checked when you send a pull request, too. Make sure it’s passing, before sending a pull request.
Testing for errors
Your pull request will automatically execute all our existing tests. Make sure that they all pass, before sending a pull request. Run all tests locally with
$ npm run test or run single tests (e. g. when writing new ones) with
$ npm run test:open.
Creating your own extensions
If you want to create and maintain your own extensions, you can use your
create-tiptap-extension CLI tool. It will create a new extension boilerplate with all necessary files and the build process. It's as easy as running
npm init tiptap-extension
Any further questions? Create a new issue or discussion in the repository. We’ll get back to you.