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Monorepo for Memo.
Memo is an open-source, programming-oriented spaced repetition
software (SRS) written in Flutter.
As of now, this project is designed to only output builds for Android and iOS. Even though, given the current
stability of Flutter SDK for desktop (Windows, Linux and macOS) and web, there is a high probability that this
project will eventually support builds for all platforms.
This README is meant to guide how this project is structured and should serve as a guide to help the project scale with
the current and future requirements. Think of it as a flexible set of rules that guides the project’s decisions. While
they can (and probably will) change over time, discussions must be raised to trigger such changes: this means that
we will think/question ourselves before taking an action that breaks any rational decision taken here. It is also
effective to guide PR discussions.
- Setup: how to configure your local project;
- Architecture: how this application works from inside;
- Background: some background story about this project;
- Contributing & Good Practices: recommendation on how to write good code for this
- License: how this software is licensed and how you may use it.
If you have no idea how to install Flutter and run it locally, check this
If you have Flutter setup locally, on the project’s root folder, install pubspec dependencies by running
flutter pub get.
Memo has Firebase dependencies that needs to be setup before running locally. More information on this in
How this application works from inside and how it interacts with external dependencies – written in details in
If you’re interested in checking out an overview about how we dealt with this project’s software process (inside our
team), check out .process/ (sorry, for now only in ptBR).
Contributing & Good Practices
See CONTRIBUTING for details about how to contribute to the project.
Memo is published under BSD 3-Clause.
This project was built with the help of the sponsors below:
- Maratona Discover: Discover is a free way of learning how to code.
- Startup Life Podcast: Your tech, business, and innovation Podcast.
- Pingback: Total freedom to create content.