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I Made A NPM Card... It Was Fun

jacobmgevans profile image Jacob Evans twitter logo github logo ・1 min read

So I found out that you can make these cards and publish them to NPM and from there use NPX

npx @jacobmgevans/card

to run them... I was like, uhhh cool? I think. Well, it was quite interesting and it got me comfortable publishing to NPM which was something I was always unsure about, not how to do it but more should I? I have concluded that much like putting code up to GitHub, just do it. Especially if you have code abstractions you use in things regularly.

You can find the card here: https://www.npmjs.com/package/@jacobmgevans/card

code:
https://github.com/JacobMGEvans/jacobmgevans-card

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