package.json. Then, run
You can also add these packages to your
package.json on the command line:
The default Angular integration is a class that extends the the
ErrorHandler class provided by
@angular/core. In a new app created using
app.module.ts file might include something like this:
This repository is a Lerna-managed monorepo, containing packages (located in the
/packages directory) that map to separate
To install the dependencies:
yarn install lerna bootstrap
You can then run the following to start the compiler in watch mode. This automatically compiles both the ES Module and CommonJS variants:
You can also build the library without watching the directory:
yarn build # build both CJS and ESM yarn build:cjs # just CJS yarn build:esm # just ESM
The tests for this library use Jest as the test runner. Once you've installed the dependencies, you can run the following command in the root of this repository to run the tests for all packages, or in the directory of a package to run only the tests pertaining to that package:
This repo uses Semantic Versioning (often referred to as semver). Each package in the repository is versioned independently from one another.
@TODO: define how this works once we know more about releasing
Thinking of contributing to this repo? Awesome!
Also, we would be very happy to send you Stroopwafles. Have look at everyone we send a package to so far on our Stroopwafles page.
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