This is your weekly friendly reminder that AlloyCI is always looking for contributors. If you are a beginner in Elixir, I'd be willing to mentor you on getting up to speed so you can start contributing.
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I don't know much Elixir, but interested in what you guys are developing.
I am a reactjs dev I want to contribute too how can I please guide me through since I am new to open source
If you want to learn Elixir, then sure I can give you hand. The best way to get started is to follow the tutorials for beginners online. Once you have the basics down, go through the source code of AlloyCI, and let me know in the issues if there is anything unclear, hard to follow, or that you don't understand. We can then go over it, and I can help you through the refactor process.
Looking through out of curiosity, since I started learning Elixir in February, but is the reason for not using a frontend framework because you're using phoenix_html? I tried porting an app to Phoenix, and it was possible, but not particularly enjoyable using a frontend framework if you're using HTML views with Phoenix.
And yes, HTML is rendered in the backend, so I use EEX views, and regular controllers. If AlloyCI were a Rails app, the same approach would have been taken.
I've been getting my feet wet with Elixir/Phoenix over the past month or two. I will check out your project and see if there are any issues I feel comfortable tackling.
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