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Creating, Testing and Building a Monorepo With Lerna and Yarn

I showed you the best practices to create a JavaScript SDK in last article. One of the best practices that I described was the importance of controlling the package’s version and share the codebase between them.

In this article, I’ll show how monorepo can help you to achieve those principles.

What is Monorepo?




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