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A comprehensive collection of personal programming utilities and components by lujh Group.


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Welcome to lujh, a comprehensive collection of company programming utilities and components by lujh Group. This project is designed to be a versatile toolkit for various development needs, encompassing testing, linting, formatting, and documentation generation.

Getting Started

1.Clone the repository

2.Install the dependencies

Make sure you have Node.js (v18.0.0 or newer) and npm (v8.0.0 or newer) installed. This project recommends using pnpm for managing dependencies, although npm or yarn would work just fine.

pnpm install

Scripts

Here are some scripts provided to help you manage the project:

  • Testing: Run tests using Jest.
pnpm run test
  • Linting: Check your code for stylistic and programming errors with ESLint.
pnpm run lint
  • Formatting: Format your code with Prettier.
pnpm run format
  • Check Formatting: Check if your code is well formatted.
pnpm run check-format
  • Cleaning: Delete the `dist` directory to clean old build outputs.
pnpm run clean
  • Documentation: Generate documentation for your code with TypeDoc.
pnpm run docs
  • Building: Build your project with Vite.
pnpm run build
  • Committing Changes: We use Commitizen for formatted commit messages.
pnpm run commit

This command will prompt you for details about the commit which will then be formatted according to conventional commit standards.

Committing Guidelines

We follow the Conventional Commits guidelines for commit messages. When you're ready to commit your changes, run `pnpm run commit` and follow the prompts to generate a formatted commit message.

Documentation

The generated documentation will be placed in the `./docs` directory, which you can browse locally or host it on a web server.

Issues and Feedback

For bugs reporting, feature requests or any other feedback, please visit GitHub Issues.

License

This project is licensed under the ISC license. For more information, see the LICENSE file in the repository.


Thank you for checking out lujh. Happy coding!

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Last updated on 18 Dec 2023

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