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Add standardized support information to your Node.js modules

Add standardized support information to your Node.js modules

The Nodeshift team recently improved the consistency of the projects we use to maintain our Node.js modules. We made sure that the same linter and tests—ESLint and Tape, for those interested—were used on all projects. We also added support information for the modules we publish to the npm registry. We looked to the Node.js Package Maintenance Working Group for the standardized support information to add.

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OpenShift Actions: Deploy to Red Hat OpenShift directly from your GitHub repository

OpenShift Actions: Deploy to Red Hat OpenShift directly from your GitHub repository

Here is a common situation: You write your code, everything is on GitHub, and you are ready to publish it. But, you know that your job is not finished yet. You need to deploy your code and this process can be a nightmare at times.

Ideally, you should be able to do this whole process all in one place, but until now, you always had to set up external services and integrate them with GitHub (or add post-commit hooks). What if, instead, you could replace all of these extras and run everything directly from your GitHub repository with just a few YAML lines? Well, this is exactly what GitHub Actions are for.

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