Version-controlled build config for easy re-use and sharing


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Version-controlled build config for easy re-use and sharing 📝


npm install --save-dev @data-ui/build-config

Before leveraging the build config provided you should remove any older dependencies or config files for the drivers you intend to use (e.g., remove eslint and .eslintrc). @data-ui/build-config will handle these dependencies, and it will auto-generate the config files for you.

Using drivers

This project is built with 🤖beemo, and therefore requires a "beemo" configuration block in your package.json with a list of drivers you want to enable. You can optionally configure drivers as shown below:

  "beemo": {
    "module": "@data-ui/build-config",
    "drivers": [
        "driver": "eslint",
        "args": ["--color", "--report-unused-disable-directives"]
        "driver": "jest",
        "env": { "NODE_ENV": "test" }

Executing drivers

Executing a driver will initialize 🤖 Beemo's pipeline, generate configuration files (e.g., it will generate a .eslintrc or prettier.config.js, and execute the underlying driver binary and logging to the console.

All arguments passed to Beemo are passed to the driver's underlying binary.

You may define these commands as scripts:

// package.json
  "scripts": {
    "babel": "beemo babel ./src --out-dir ./lib",
    "eslint": "beemo eslint ./src ./tests",
    "jest": "beemo jest",
    "prettier": "beemo prettier --write \"./{src,tests}/**/*.{js,json,md}\""

Driver documentation

Coming 🔜!



Because 🤖 Beemo generates config files such as .eslintrc, prettier.config.js, etc., it's useful to ignore these files. Running the following will add the appropriate .gitignore files for you:

beemo sync-dotfiles --filter=gitignore

If you find any bugs or have a feature request, please open an issue on github!

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