Contributing
Want to contribute to Varbase? Here are ways you can help!

How You Can Help

Varbase is a Drupal distribution packed with adaptive functionalities and essential modules, that speed up your development, and provides you with standardized configurations, making your life easier.
It helps you build sites that employ enterprise-editing experience with a lot of functionalities.
We would love for you to join us in the effort of building Varbase. We are welcoming your feedback, (development) time and/or financial support. For feedback we will use drupal.org's issue queue for other questions or suggestions please contact us at [email protected]
You can also join our Varbase Slack team for feedback and support

Contributing New Features or Components

We're very excited to have you interested in contributing features to Varbase. Contributing to Varbase new modules, features, or components should be an easy process if you are familiar with Drupal. We just require the following guidelines to be taken into consideration when contributing new modules, features, or components:
  1. 1.
    The feature idea should be validated with Varbase maintainers. Please submit a new issue on https://www.drupal.org/node/add/project-issue/varbase as a "Feature request" to confirm its validity before starting to work on it. This is of course if you would like this feature to be included in Varbase roadmap
  2. 2.
    The feature must follow the friendly User Experience guidelines according to Vardot's standards.
  3. 3.
    Proper coding standards must be followed according to Vardot's agreed-upon coding standards. This applies for all code elements (PHP, CSS, JS, Twig ...etc.)
  4. 4.
    Considers all the Site Building config such as: Permissions, Config, View modes, Form modes, Integrations
  5. 5.
    Tested frontend utilizing Bootstrap 4 and/or 5

Help in Development

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Create Patches or Pull Requests

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Keep Conventions in Mind

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Keep Your Branch Up to Date

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Create Functional Behat Tests

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