The GitHub repo has an extensive REAME.md file that describes the workflow. I’ll summarize it in a few bullet points.
What the workflow template does:
- Provides a development environment using Vite
- It uses Typescript for the development of your module
- The build process creates both ECMAScript and CommonJS versions of your final module
- The build process also creates a type definition file for your module
- The demo HTML page used during development can be published to GitHub pages with rebuilt GitHub Actions
- The template includes a second GitHub Action that will publish your module to NPM when you change the version number in the package.json file and push your changes to GitHub
- There is a Node script included in the module that will customize the template files when a new repo is created.
A video walk-thru of the workflow
The workflow’s documentation goes into detail about each item. If you’re a visual learner, I’ve also made a video walking through the process of setting up a brand-new module repo. I hope you find this useful. Feedback is welcome.
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