Great piece of kit!! I do hope you are able to assist as I’m looking forward to getting up and running.
I’m relatively new to FE dev and I having trouble the build process. I get the local server running but all I see after a (bundle exec) jekyll serve is n ‘Index of /’ page. How infuriating - I’m keen to dive in!!
I was wondering if you could outline the (correct) build process, step by step, to help me? It would be very much appreciated!
Many thanks in advance and I look forward to hearing from you.
This is actually a bug in the
_config.yml file which causes
jekyll serve to look at the wrong root directory. I will get this fixed in 4.0.0-beta. However, in the meantime, you should be able to run the following commands to get the documentation site working:
grunt: compile all CSS to
grunt doc: build HTML which are used when running the documentation locally
grunt connect: this will get the working doc site running locally on
http://0.0.0.0:9999 or your
Alternatively, opening the
.html files from
/gh-pages folder directly in your browser should work find as well.
Perfect! I was able to get it running on gh-pages as you mention, I just had issues serving it locally.
Not any more - it’s working fine now
Great support guys, thanks.