There are several ways to support the project and get involved. Don't know how to code? Don't worry! You can contribute in many other ways to make Frontity awesome!
Found a bug or issue? Report it on GitHub.
If you are interested in fixing bugs or contributing code, please refer to this Code Contributions guide.
If you have built a new Frontity package or theme, consider submitting it to npm. Making it available to the community it's also a good way to contribute to extend and improve the framework.
The Frontity documentation can easily be edited on GitHub. You can suggest improvements, fix mistakes or fill in the gaps in the docs at any time by following these contributing guidelines.
Alternatively, you can report them using the community forum.
Answering other users' questions in the community forum is one of the best and easiest ways to start contributing to Frontity. A single forum post can help a lot of people!
Have you built a project with Frontity? Swing by the Showcase category and tell the community more about it. This is a great way to show what can be accomplished with the framework and to help inspire other developers with your work.
Teach and help others by writing guides, tutorials or case studies about how you're using Frontity. You can share them with the community here.
Talk about how you used Frontity and your success story with it at any local meetup, workshop, or relevant event.
If you read a post on Reddit, Twitter, Dev.to, or other social platforms where Frontity could be relevant, let others know.
Are you a freelancer looking for Frontity projects? Are you hiring developers? The Jobs category of the forum is a good place to post about it.