Can I submit projects through github?

Can I submit projects through github?
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#1

Hello fellow campers!
I have just finished learning the front end libraries(Jquery, Bootstrap, Sass, React&Redux) and am about to start the projects. I just have one problem: I personally prefer editing my work through sublime and saving it through git. I did the Responsive Web Design projects on codepen.io. Is it possible to submit my projects through github and still have them be checked by the freecodecamp tests? Can I submit my files from sublime?
Any advice is appreciated, thanks :slight_smile:


#2

You can use the test suite in your own app without forking the pen. There is a link to the cdn for the script you need to include in your html file:

<script src="https://cdn.freecodecamp.org/testable-projects-fcc/v1/bundle.js"></script>

If you take a look at the codepen that you can fork, that is the only active code.

You can also host your code on github pages:

There is a bit of a learning curve to start with, but all you would then need to do is post the link to your page. (it is just the link to an active page showing you project that you need to submit- it does not matter where it is hosted)

You could also do the coding in your own editor and then post the relevant parts to codepen. You just have to avoid all of the stuff outside of the body and put stuff from the head in the right place in the settings, else you can end up with errors.

Hope this helps :slight_smile:

PS: For smaller projects I work locally using atom and github and then paste my code into codepen as I have found it to be the easiest. For big projects I create a standlane repository on github and use github pages and atom locally.


#3

Thanks, great advice! Didn’t know I could host pages on github! Also didn’t know I could paste that link into the freecodecamp test suite either! Thats awesome!