Simplify Package Releases – From Versioning to Publishing

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Monorepos have proven to be handy when it comes to developing and publishing related NPM packages. They offer a unified development experience while still enabling the distribution of more fine-grained packages for easy consumption. In fact, many popular OSS libraries follow such an approach such as Vue, Angular, React, Vite, Tanstack and RxJS (just to name a few). However, the publishing process within monorepos introduces unique challenges, particularly when dealing with multiple interdependent packages. And yes, there are solutions out there for versioning and releasing packages, but they often fall short when it comes to monorepos. Nx recently introduced a "release" command tailored for these scenarios.

In my talk, I'll explore how we can setup a publishing process, covering versioning, changelog generation, and releasing to platforms like NPM and GitHub (including provenance support). Join me to discover more.

Juri Strumpflohner
Juri Strumpflohner
13 Jun, 2024
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