Adding Semantic Release to an old Babel Plugin [Live] (2/2)
In the second part of the live coding with babel-plugin-ignore-html-and-css-imports package, I'm adding the Semantic Release through Github Actions to it. There are a few gotchas when doing so to a package that already has a release on npm, and I'm walking through them here.
(Sorry for the sound quality in the first clip, it gets better the moment I start coding! (still in the video-making learning mode :) )
Let me know if you have any questions or thoughts in the comments below.
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