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  • Nx - Highlights of 2023
    14 projects | | 28 Dec 2023
    Open source libraries and frameworks share a common necessity: the need to develop multiple packages cohesively and efficiently while managing their versioning and publishing to NPM. Nx has emerged as a go-to choice for handling such open source monorepos (as we'll explore further in the next section of this blog post). Until recently, one area Nx did not address directly was versioning and release management. Traditionally, this gap has been filled with tools like release-it, changesets, or custom Node scripts, similar to our approach in the Nx repository.
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    1 project | /r/gitlab | 25 Mar 2023
  • How does the typescript-eslint project generate its changelogs?
    2 projects | /r/learnjavascript | 14 Mar 2023
    Hi. I'm maintaining a small monorepo and I'd like to learn techniques from large, mature projects like typescript-eslint. I assume they automate changelogs from commit logs and/or PRs, but I can't figure out how they do it by looking at their source code. I do know of tools like release-it that helps automate the process; do the typescript-eslint maintainers use such a tool, or use a homegrown one?
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    2 projects | /r/nestjs | 27 Jan 2023
    This is a quick start guide for setting up a NestJS project for creating your own package library with automated versioning and package publishing.
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    3 projects | | 17 Jan 2023
    Release It! - This seems promising. A CLI tool that can be used in interactive or continuous integration mode. The big appeal for me is a Yarn workspaces specific plugin.
  • Monorepo is so frustrating...
    8 projects | /r/reactjs | 2 Jul 2022
    Fine, but I need a package release tool and release-it tools looks good. I install, configure and on the last step - publishing - I find out that this lib does not support monorepo... and the release-it-yarn-workspaces lib does not support the latest version of release-it
  • My ideal Rust workflow
    2 projects | /r/fasterthanlime | 28 Oct 2021
    May be less relevant for your particular workflow (because npm-specific and because everything is internal for you), but I’m a big fan of an alternative in the auto-release-generation space: the combo of release-it and release-it-lerna-changelog, which give you the same kind of automation but don’t require specific git commit messages, because instead the combo uses the GH API and labels to generate the changelog. This is a muuuuuch nicer experience for external contributors, because it puts the responsibility for that back on maintainers instead.
  • DynamoDB GUI with Electron, React & Typescript
    5 projects | | 11 Apr 2021
    Release It - To create tags, bump the versions, manage release betas and detect merged changes.
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