|Number of watchers on Github||626|
|Number of open issues||19|
|Average time to close an issue||3 months|
|Average time to merge a PR||7 days|
|Open pull requests||7+|
|Closed pull requests||10+|
|Last commit||almost 4 years ago|
|Repo Created||almost 5 years ago|
|Repo Last Updated||over 1 year ago|
|Organization / Author||automattic|
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Picard is an experimental prototype WordPress theme that makes use of React and the new WP-API. It means, that instead of loading new page every time you click a link, it uses background AJAX requests to WP REST API to fetch data without reloading the page.
Please note, it is STRONGLY recommended that this theme is not used in any production environment. It is purely for educational and testing purposes. This theme is under development so it is not recommended that you rely on any aspect of it.
First, prepare a proper WordPress environment:
masterbranch the default is currently develop),
npm install -g gulpto install gulp in your system (
-gflag installs package globally so you will now have gulp command in your command line).
Next, you have to set up the theme:
wp-content/themesdirectory of your WordPress installation. You can clone this repository (
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:Automattic/Picard.git) or just press download on the right side - also here (remember to unzip).
npm installto install the node dependencies. npm will take care of the rest (npm installs dependencies listed in the package.json file).
gulp watchto actively develop the theme and have the styles and JS files automatically update. Watch command listens for file changes and starts build process every time you save a source file.
Pull requests and issues are very much welcome!
A not exhaustive list of all things Picard still needs to do: