If you would like to contribute to svelte materialify and improve its functionality and features or just report a bug.

Reporting Issues

Before reporting an issue, ensure that you:

  • searched for similar issues, it may have been answered already

  • have a minimal, concise, reproducible example

  • have tried providing a REPL

Working on Svelte Materialify

Setting up Your Environment

Follow these instructions if you are planning to make a pull request.

Getting the Source

  1. Register to Github
  2. Navigate to svelte-materialify
  3. Press the fork button in the top right corner of the screen
  4. Copy the url of your browser, it should now be:{your_github_user_id}/svelte-materialify
  5. On your PC, open a command prompt window and type the following commands
$ git clone{your_github_user_id}/svelte-materialify.git
$ cd svelte-materialify

This will get the entire repository on your machine, now we can build the library.


Building is done with yarn (not npm). From the root folder, install the dependencies by typing:


Then build the main library, svelte materialify, itself:

yarn build

To build and develop the documentation site:

yarn dev

To build the API, which provides the definitions and types for the different props/events/slots of the components:

yarn api

Submitting Your Change

After making a change, make sure it works well by running:

yarn lint


yarn test

Please commit your changes following conventional commit syntax, for example:

git commit -m "docs: improve"

Then, git push your changes to your github repository.

Finally, from the github repository web page, you can click the Pull Request button and a contributor will review the changes you made.

Last Updated: 2021-09-02