When describing the release notes, we suggest using the following template:
# What's inside- Feature 1- Feature 2## Feature break-down### Feature 1Description of feature 1.### Feature 2Description of feature 2.## Dependency check### NPM dependencies:- `some/package`: from `^x.x.x` to `^x.x.x`### Composer dependencies- `some/package`: from `^x.x.x` to `^x.x.x`
# What's inside- Feature 1- Feature 2That's all there is to it :)
Because ScandiPWA is a mono repository managed by Lerna, you should publish it using Lerna commands.
lerna publish --canary --exact --preid next --dist-tag=next minor
This will create a new tag in the ScandiPWA GitHub repository. You can then go ahead and add some release notes to your release. The tag name will be in the format
We use packagist.org to host published packages. Each composer package is contained in its own repository. To publish a package, you need to:
Go to the selected repository (see the list of common ones)
Go to releases sections –
Click "Draft new release"
Enter the title, describe the changes
Click "Publish release"
After that, the change will appear on packagist.org. You can search for the package name there.