Semantic commit tool
sema is a command-line tool inspired by this gist about semantic commit messages. In short, it proposes to use labelled commit messages that derive their format from Angular's commit rules. The sema command helps you follow these guidelines with no effort on your part to memorise labels or double-check things. And some more!
The modern web developer’s platform
Just looking at the Angular commit history on GitHub, it seems a lot easier to skim and get a sense of what types of changes are there and what they affect, even as someone who hasn't touched Angular since I did the tutorial ~5 years ago. It also has a sort of documentation benefit, in that commit messages serve as an index of the code.
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