This section contains development information for each of the Bitwarden Typescript client applications:
In this context, "clients" generally refers to the Typescript clients, which are located in the
clients mono-repository. The Mobile application is in a separate section (and repository) because it does not share common code.
Before you start, you should have Node and npm installed. See the Tools and Libraries page for more information.
Before doing work on any of the clients, you need to clone and setup the
Clone the repository:
Install the dependencies:
You should only ever install dependencies from the root of the repository. Don't try to install dependencies for individual client applications.
Configure git blame to ignore certain commits (generally administrative changes, such as formatting):
clients.code-workspacefile in Visual Studio Code. This has been configured to use multi-root workspaces to improve your development experience. Each client will appear as its own workspace in the Explorer panel on the left-hand side.
You're now ready to continue with any additional instructions for the particular client you want to work on.