Greetings, fellow developers!
I just started working on a community-driven project called Dev Cheats. It is aimed at providing developers of all skill levels with a convenient reference for various command line tools and their usage examples.
Currently only a few cheats are on the database, but if you think you can provide any documentation I would love to receive pull requests!
Please feel free to check out the demo at dev-cheats.vercel.app where you can search for
git and see the current implementation for Git commands and usage examples. Additionally, the API directs to the documentation page, making it easy to bookmark pages through an URL like dev-cheats.vercel.app/git
You can find the repository at github.com/excalith/dev-cheats and have a look at contributing guideline.
Top comments (15)
Thanks mate, glad you liked it and hope you find it useful!
Do you have some tasks to contribute?
Hello Denis! Currently I am looking for new documentations. However, if you feel comfortable with web dev, you can always peek into code and find an improvement! Please check contributing guideline for more info. Cheers!
I have made a new discussion post for the Roadmap and tasks to clarify how this project should evolve (at least I think). Please feel free to jump in if you have any questions or ideas! github.com/excalith/dev-cheats/dis...
Hey, looks cools!, take a look at tldr.sh/ that does something similar. Maybe a CLI could be a nice addon ;)
Wow, I used tldr on cli for a while but haven't seen as a web app, that is great! Will look into differeneces between and hopefully find some inprovement opportunities. Cheers mate!
Love it 😊
Thanks! I really appreciate likes and comments, it kind of encourages me to further improve it on a daily basis ^^
Hello @joydeep112 can you please elaborate more? On tests it is working as intended. What did you search for? What did you see instead of the expected result?
In mobile Chrome version 57 search suggestions not showing . Es6 is not supported by all devices,
Thanks for the feedback! I will add this to discussions