Writing a plugin for the Faqtor task runner

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Writing a plugin for Faqtor is a simple and straightforward process. Schematically, it looks like this (TypeScript code):

import * as faqtor from “faqtor”; 

export const createFactor = (....arguments): faqtor.IFactor => {

    const run = async (): Promise<Error> => {
        ....do some work here

    return factor.func(run);

Let us examine this with the example of the faqtor-of-rollup plugin, intended, as the name implies, to use Rollup bundler in our projects. Continue reading

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