A pre-configured starter kit bundle to speed-up your development with ES6
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README.md

Professional ES6 Starter Kit

Latest Documentation semantic-release license Build Status

This repository provides a full development & build workflow for your next vanilla ES6 Javascript project.

The primary goal of this project is to allow a rapid kick-start of your development process by trying to avoid the tedious task of installing tons of libraries along with the following configurations. Moreover, it helps to maintain a professional workflow during development.

Note: Default assets as the src , public, and __test__ folders are to be considered as examples.

What does it include?

Install

git clone https://github.com/GabrieleRomeo/ES6-Professional-starter-kit.git
cd ES6-Professional-starter-kit

Update the project's information inside the package.json file and, if necessary, clear out the git history of the original repo.

After that, you can start fresh with semantic-release by invoking the setup task, like this:

Run yarn setup or npm run setup

You may also run dependencies installation manually with:

Run yarn or npm install

Build

By default the src/index.js file acts as a single point of access for the build system.

The build directory will contain the build.js and build.min.js files. The former will be a production version of your software that you will ship and the latter will be a development version instead.

Check out the comments inside the webpack.config.js file If you want to use your library directly into the browser.

Development Environment

Run yarn dev or npm run dev

It will open the index.html page within your favourite browser.

Documentation

JSDoc allows us to use a markdown file as the home of the API. By default, the system uses the home_manifest.md file under the __jsDoc__ directory as template.

Semantic Release

To release a new version, you'll need to create a commit with Changelog type.

To generate changelog draft run npm run changelog:preview or yarn changelog:preview .

To commit changelog run npm run changelog:commit or yarn changelog:commit.

More info here


For more information about the available features / commands, please visit the following webpage

Copyright 2017 © Gabriele Romeo


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