Nx is a set of extensible dev tools for monorepos, which helps you develop like Google, Facebook, and Microsoft.
It has first-class support for many frontend and backend technologies, so its documentation comes in multiple flavours.
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Develop Like Google, Facebook, and Microsoft
Nx helps scale your development from one team building one application to many teams building multiple frontend and backend applications all in the same workspace. When using Nx, developers have a holistic dev experience powered by an advanced CLI (with editor plugins), capabilities for controlled code sharing and consistent code generation.
Use Intelligent Build System with Distributed Caching
Nx is smart. It analyzes your workspace and figures out what can be affected by every code change. That's why Nx doesn't rebuild and retest everything on every commit--it only rebuilds what is necessary.
Nx also uses a distributed computation cache. If someone has already built or tested similar code, Nx will use their results to speed up the command for everyone else instead of rebuilding or retesting the code from scratch. This, in combination with Nx’s support for distributed and incremental builds, can help teams see up to 10x reduction in build and test times.
Use Modern Tools
Nx is an open platform with plugins for many modern tools and frameworks. It has support for TypeScript, React, Angular, Cypress, Jest, Prettier, Nest.js, Next.js, Storybook, Ionic among others. With Nx, you get a consistent dev experience regardless of the tools used.
Get access to key learning materials
With accessible and free online content about Nx, you can quickly get up and running with all of Nx's features. Nx tutorials and resources are continuously updated with the latest version. Plus, when you're looking for advanced courses visit NxPlaybook.com.
Nx and Nx Console
For developers, Nx extends Nx Console to give you more visibility into your workspace. With Nx Console and Nx in your workflow you can reduce the time it takes to build high-quality software at scale, and improve best-practices across your organization. Try out Nx Console.
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