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Documentation and guides can be found at https://fluidframework.com/.
Hello World repo can be found at https://github.com/microsoft/FluidHelloWorld.
Core Examples repo can be found at https://github.com/microsoft/FluidExamples.
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The core code for both the Fluid client packages and the reference ordering service is contained within this repo.
The repo structure is somewhat unique because it contains two monorepos as well as several standalone packages. The monorepos are managed using Lerna and are versioned separately from one another, but internally all packages in a monorepo are versioned together. Outside the monorepos there are plenty of packages which are versioned independently.
Here's the breakdown of the repo:
Clone a copy of the repo and change to the repo root directory:
git clone https://github.com/microsoft/FluidFramework.git cd FluidFramework
Run the following to build the client packages:
npm install npm run build:fast
See also: Contributing
You can run all of our tests from the root of the repo, or you can run a scoped set of tests by running the
command from the package you're interested in.
Note: Some of the tests depend on test collateral that lives in a submodule here: https://github.com/microsoft/FluidFrameworkTestData. You may choose to fetch that collateral into your local repository, which is required to run all the tests - otherwise some will be skipped.
First install Git LFS from https://git-lfs.github.com/. Then, from the repo root:
git lfs install git submodule init git submodule update
npm run test
npm run test:coverage
Our CI pipelines run on Linux machines, and the npm scripts all have the
To replicate the test steps from the CI pipeline locally, run the following commands for the packages or Lerna monorepos:
We've checked in VS Code configuration
enabling F5 from a
spec.ts file to run those tests if you set the debug configuration to "Debug Current Test".
This will use an in-memory implementation of the Fluid server to sync between the two panes in the browser window.
npm run start
This will run the local Fluid server implementation we call "Tinylicious", so you can sync between multiple browser instances.
First, start Tinylicious by running these commands from
npm install npm run build npm run start
npm run start:tinylicious
There are many ways to contribute to Fluid.
Detailed instructions for working in the repo can be found in the Wiki.
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