As a user I want to be able to get notifications about new changes to an application So that I can stay informed and be able to reload the application at my own will
Build LESS styling to support HTML structure so that it can be integrated with the plugin
We'll need to create styling for the following:
right. Each of these positions can be modified by providing a second class:
pull-rightfor vertical positions and
pull-topfor horizontal positions. The purpose here is to make the list usable in any positioning scenario.
We need a way to get the
label for issues on a given
branch on GitHub that are newer than a provided
timestamp and that have a certain
label(different from the one being returned)
|#github-changelog a robust notification system built on top of GitHub|
|##What is it?|
|Building a large web app that needs to be updated frequently can sometimes present interesting challenges. When pushing out an update do you force your users to reload the entire app so they're always running the latest version? Or do you keep the update silent and hope everything works out somehow?|
|Obviously the first version is better but not perfect. Ideally you'd want your users to know about the update but they should be able to reload at their own will without fear of losing state.|
|This is where [github-changelog](https://github.com/uberVU/github-changelog/) comes in. By using this simple jQuery plugin, every time an issue is closed on your GitHub repo, your users will get notified.|
If you clone a git repo that enforces a
linebreak-style: unix on a Windows machine then ESLint will probably throw the warning below even if you've made no local changes.
Expected linebreaks to be LF but found CRLF. linebreak-style
In order to fix this you'll need to tell git to default to Unix style line endings rather that OS defaults.
git config --global core.eol lf git config --global core.autocrlf input