We’ll be sharing new features and content daily during launch week, so be sure to keep an eye on this space for all the latest info!
When working on the next iteration of Nx, one idea consistently emerged: Nx Plugins are powerful and have proven to help large enterprises adopt monorepos, successfully maintaining and scaling them. However, there's definitely a barrier to entry. So, what if Nx Plugins functioned more like VSCode extensions? You simply add them, and they instantly enhance the experience of working with a given tool or technology.
This is what Nx Project Crystal is all about.
Checkout the newest Nx Plugin: @nx/nuxt. We're excited to collaborate closer with the Vue community, and have been looking forward to launching this plugin since we first announced Vue support last year!
This is the first plugin to be created with Project Crystal from day 1! Using this plugin - you can expect enhanced support for the Nuxt framework in Nx. It's a game changer for Nuxt developers who want to take advantage of Nx's powerful monorepo capabilities.
Continuous Integration is broken, so we built Nx Agents to fix it. Nx Agents is a new way to run your CI/CD pipelines. It's a distributed and scalable solution built to handle everything from the largest enterprise monorepo, down to your weekend hackathon project. It's a game changer for all developers that want to focus on shipping features, not maintaining CI/CD infrastructure.
Last day of launch week! Releasing packages in a monorepo can be tricky and many of today's tools are either outdated or need further tweaking when used in a monorepo. We decided to chime in and leverage our experience of maintaining Lerna and having hand-coded many release scripts in the past to solve this once and for all.
Check out the blog post and video below and make sure to chime in for our live-stream!
Nx Launch Conf is a free, online, half-day event taking a deeper dive into our Launch Week announcements.Watch the conference recording
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Jeff Cross, Juri Strumpflohner, & Zack DeRose
Nx Project Crystal
Project Crystal + .NET in Action
Nx Agents Walkthrough: Effortlessly Fast CI Built for Monorepos
Solving E2E Tests
Releasing Nx Release
Juri Strumpflohner & Zack DeRose
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