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62 document publish #63

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commented May 8, 2019

Closes #62

@andrew-codes andrew-codes changed the base branch from next to master May 8, 2019

kmmarsh and others added some commits Apr 29, 2019

@andrew-codes andrew-codes changed the base branch from master to next May 9, 2019

@andrew-codes andrew-codes force-pushed the 62-Document-Publish branch from b90849b to d1f98dc May 9, 2019

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### Publishing Major Versions

`next` should be merged into `master` before publishing a major version, as it will become the new `master` branch after publishing.

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kmmarsh May 10, 2019


I think this could use an explicit statement about what the commands below do. Like the one above ("reate a production build and publish with the following:")

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