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How to contribute documents

TQUIC's documentation is mainly divided into the following categories:

  • User Guide: to help users get started and use the library
  • Developer Guides: to meet the needs of TQUIC developers

Our documentation is built with docusaurus. It enables you to focus on your content and just write Markdown files.

Once the document is written, you can use the preview tool to check how the document appears to verify that your document is displayed correctly on the official website.

How to use the preview tool

Install its dependencies

Before doing this, please make sure your operating system has npm 16.14+ installed.

Take the ubuntu system as an example, run:

$ sudo apt-get update && apt-get install -y npm

First download the full repository:

$ git clone
$ cd tquic-website
$ npm install

Run document site locally

Execute the following command under the base directory of the project:

$ npm run start -p 8000
[SUCCESS] Docusaurus website is running at: http://localhost:8000/

Then open your browser and navigate to http://localhost:8000.

Contribute documents

All content should be written in Markdown .

Contribute new documents

  • The English version of documents can be found in the docs/ directory, while the Chinese version are located in the i18n/zh/docusaurus-plugin-content-docs/current directory
  • Create a new .md file or modify an existing file in the repository you are currently working on

Run the preview tool

  • Run the preview tool in the base directory of the project:
# Preview the English version
$ npm run start -p 8000

# Or preview the Chinese version
$ npm run start -p 8000 --locale zh
  • You can also build the whole website into static files and host them using an HTTP server:
# The static files will be generated within the build directory.
$ npm run build

$ cd build
$ python3 -m http.server 8000

Preview modification

Open your browser and navigate to http://localhost:8000 .

On the page to be updated, click Refresh Content in the top right corner.

Pull Request for your changes

The process of submitting changes and PR can be found in How to contribute code