semver: v1 vs v1000

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  • roarr

    JSON logger for Node.js and browser.

    It's something that keeps coming up in GitHub issues on my various projects... they point at my project version, which could be v7, v28, v33, and then say "This project versioning is bad." or "This project API is unstable.", etc. and then compare them to projects that are v1, as if that somehow proves their point.

  • slonik

    A PostgreSQL client with strict types, detailed logging and assertions.

    It's something that keeps coming up in GitHub issues on my various projects... they point at my project version, which could be v7, v28, v33, and then say "This project versioning is bad." or "This project API is unstable.", etc. and then compare them to projects that are v1, as if that somehow proves their point.

  • Appwrite

    Appwrite - The Open Source Firebase alternative introduces iOS support . Appwrite is an open source backend server that helps you build native iOS applications much faster with realtime APIs for authentication, databases, files storage, cloud functions and much more!

  • eslint-config-canonical

    The most comprehensive ES code style guide.

    It's something that keeps coming up in GitHub issues on my various projects... they point at my project version, which could be v7, v28, v33, and then say "This project versioning is bad." or "This project API is unstable.", etc. and then compare them to projects that are v1, as if that somehow proves their point.

  • semantic-release

    :package::rocket: Fully automated version management and package publishing

    The easiest way to enforce proper semver is by using tools like semantic-release and force major version bump based on keyword detection in the commit log (like "breaking change").

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