[Lynda] Creating an Open Source JavaScript Library

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Kent Dodds



Managing open-source projects for web development can be a rewarding—and intricate—endeavor. In this course, get started with open-source by learning how to build a small JavaScript library from scratch. Join Kent Dodds as he covers creating a micro library, writing and running tests, transpiling, and continuous integration. Plus, he shows how to publish a real project—a registered npm module. To wrap up the course, Kent discusses how to manage an open-source project.

Note: This course was created by Frontend Masters. It was originally released on 08/09/2016. We’re pleased to host this training in our library.

Topics include:

  • Creating an open-source library
  • Linting and testing
  • ESLint
  • Code coverage
  • Installing and configuring Babel
  • Transpiling
  • Peer dependencies
  • Forking and renaming
  • Continuous integration and automating releases
Skill Level Intermediate

5h 29m



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WebWeb Development JavaScript

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