Thank you so much for taking the time to go through our Getting Started guide and we hope it has given you a good overview of how to work with Greenwood and what some of the possibilities are. To learn more about the project we encourage you to review our documentation to learn more about how you can use Greenwood or check out our repo to see what we're working on next. If you would like to connect, please feel free to reach out and open an issue or a discussion!
Since Greenwood aims to be a web "first" tool, all the great web development resources for the web already apply to Greenwood! Below are some resources that we think might be useful as part of a broader understanding of the topic of web development and that we have found invaluable for our own development and learning.
- MDN - Mozilla Developer Network has some of the best technical and sample content available for learning about all the features and capabilities of the web.
- Web Components - A brief introduction to the specs that make up Web Components.
- CSS / Shadow DOM
- CanIUse.com - Find out what browser support various JS and CSS features have.
- Git / GitHub: Although git != GitHub, version control plays a very important part in modern software development. GitHub in particular provides a lot of great integrations with tools like CircleCI and GitHub Actions for CI, and Netlify that can greatly automate a lot of the deployment process like building and deploying your apps. We plan to provide guides for these in the future, so stay tuned!