It's a chest. With TypeScript inside.
What Problems Get Solved
@typesdependencies as a
typesarray in your
tsconfig.json, explicitly listing your declaration dependencies.
- Propogate desriptive
package.jsonproperties down to child projects if using Yarn workspaces.
If you plan on running
chest from the command-line:
yarn global add @beard/chestchest
If you prefer to install
chest into a local project:
yarn add -D @beard/chest
package.json file script to perform a post-build action.
Supported Project Management Tools
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