Today, there is no great centralization of code samples and tutorials both created internally and from external developers. Guides are scattered and live across many different platforms like Glitch, our own documentation, and in GitHub.
Our solution is a page that lives on our developer site that contains content created by Twitch and the community that helps Twitch developers create new projects.
The TwitchDev community has created a large amount of code samples, tutorials, and other utilities. Our solution is a Community Code Page that lives on our developer site. This will contain curated content created by Twitch and by the community. Developers of all skill levels will be able to visit the page and find the resources they need to create their next great project!
We need feedback on how this page should look and the processes around it.
We want all content to be vetted and maintain a level of quality.
- Developers will submit content for review. Our current plan is to collect submissions through a Google Form, however we are open to all input regarding the appropriate mode for submissions.
- The TwitchDev team and community admins will review your project for quality based on criteria such as code consistency, documentation, and overall clarity.
- If approved, we display it on the site with appropriate title, description, tags, and links!
- If your submission is not approved, we will provide you feedback and you can resubmit when ready!
This new page will showcase a wide variety of content for a diverse group of developers. Code samples, tutorials, and utilities will all be showcased on our site. Our end goal is the ability to view and filter content by types (such as extensions, chat bots, etc…), languages used, and skill level required.