Commit 716a4ec5 authored by Daniel W Bond's avatar Daniel W Bond

finalized language for code section of 'additional resources', and added a new...

finalized language for code section of 'additional resources', and added a new css class to even out the panel sizes
parent 127da09b
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.smidgen {
padding-bottom: 5px;
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.people-left {
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<h3 class="panel-title text-center"><i class="fa fa-files-o fa-fw"></i> Additional Resources</h3>
</div>
<div class="panel-body">
<ul class="nav nav-pills nav-justified smidge small" role="tablist">
<ul class="nav nav-pills nav-justified smidgen small" role="tablist">
<li role="presentation" class="active">
<a href="#code" aria-controls="code" role="tab" data-toggle="tab"><strong>Code</strong></a>
</li>
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<div class="tab-content">
<div role="tabpanel" class="tab-pane fade in active" id="code">
<p>
Version control lets developers to save their progress at certain states, and then maintain a history of those saved points. It means you can fearlessly try out ideas and allows for multiple people to easily collaborate on the same project. Git is the popular version control program we use. All of our projects are on the git server we run for Mason, git.gmu.edu, and are mirrored to Github, a similar commercial service. Get a good handle on using git through <a href="https://try.github.io/">this quick tutorial</a>.
Version control lets developers keep an organized history of their changes.
This means you can fearlessly try out your ideas and allows multiple people
to easily collaborate simultaneously. We use
<a href="https://git-scm.com/">Git</a> as our version control system.
All of our projects are on
the <a href="https://about.gitlab.com/">git server we run</a> for Mason,
<a href="https://git.gmu.edu/users/sign_in">git.gmu.edu</a>, and are mirrored
to <a href="https://github.com/srct">Github</a>, a similar commercial service.
Get a good handle on using git with
<a href="https://try.github.io/levels/1/challenges/1">this quick tutorial</a>.
</p>
<p>
Next, you can check out the source for our projects, and look at all of the issues we're working on. If you find any bugs, or think of a feature you think would be helpful, you can create an issue yourself. You can dive write in following each project's setup documentation, or work through a tutorial on some of the main development frameworks we use, Django (Python), or Meteor (JavaScript).
You can check out
<a href="https://git.gmu.edu/groups/srct">the source for all of our projects</a>
and take a look at every issues we're working on. If you find any bugs,
or think of a feature you believe would be beneficial, you can create an issue
yourself. Dive right in by following a project's setup docs, or start
going through a tutorial on the main development frameworks we use,
<a href="https://docs.djangoproject.com/en/stable/intro/tutorial01/">in Python</a>,
or <a href="https://www.meteor.com/tutorials/blaze/creating-an-app">in JavaScript</a>.
</p>
</div>
<div role="tabpanel" class="tab-pane fade" id="design">
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