yarn dev # it will build the sub projects and then run the meteor project
The code is spread through the folders, packages/ and apps/meteor, the latter contains the vast majority of the project's code.
If everything went well, it should build and run the application and database for you, which can be accessed on your browser from the url http://localhost:3000
You can check more info about mono repo and the tooling we are using here:
Build Your Own Meteor App with our Tutorials!
Turbo repo documentation
Yarn workspaces documentation
Coding and Style Guide
Visite the Rocket.Chat developers docs for details on coding and the various style guides.
It's important to run the lint and tests before pushing your code or submitting a Pull Request, otherwise, your contribution may fail quickly on the CI. Reviewers are forced to demand fixes and the review of your contribution will be further delayed.
Keep your PR's title as short and concise as possible, and use PR's description section, which you can find in the PR's template, to provide more details into the changelog.
Even if it's being something new in the code the users already expect the filter to filter by what they see (translations), a better one would be:
You can use several tags to describe your PR, i.e.: [FIX], [NEW], etc. You can use the descriptions below to better understand the meaning of each one, and decide which one you should use: