It's always better when we're together.
There are many ways you can connect with the open-source Nx community.
Below, you’ll find details about various connection points.
GitHub & Slack
At the Nx GitHub repo, you can file issues or contribute code back to the project.
Join the Nx Community Slack to meet a friendly community of Nx users. This is a perfect place to ask clarifying questions or to talk through new ideas that you want to try with Nx. There's also a channel dedicated to sharing articles about Nx and most of the authors of community plugins can be reached there.
Office Hours & Twitter
Our live Nx Office Hours take place every second and fourth Monday, from 1:00 - 2:00 PM EST on the Nrwl YouTube channel. Info about upcoming Office Hours sessions is shared on the @NxDevTools Twitter account and the Nrwl+Nx Newsletter. You can find past live-streams on the 'Nx Office Hours' Youtube Playlist.
In each session, members of the Nx core team answer your questions, help get you up and running with Nx, and address particular challenges. If you have a question or topic you’d like to see covered in Nx Office Hours, you can submit them here
For the latest news about Nx, follow @NxDevTools on Twitter.
We also have a newsletter
You can also subscribe to the Nx Newsletter: a monthly email digest from the Nx core team at Nrwl. Subscribers receive news about Nx releases, posts about new Nx features, details about new plugins, links to community resources, and additional Nx content.
Core Nx plugins are created and maintained by the Nx team at Nrwl and you can see all the available plugins when you run the
nx list command in your workspace.
The community plugins listed below are created and maintained by members of the Nx community, and have been vetted by the Nx core team.
All of the Nx plugins we release are aware of an Nx workspace and will allow you to use the full power of the workspace while using different technologies!
How to Install
Each of the plugins listed below have a yarn and an npm icon. Clicking on either of these copies the relevant command to install the dependency for your project.
How to Create Your Own
Check out the Nx Plugin guide to learn how to get started with building your own plugin!
Community Plugins Directory
An Nx plugin for developing Electron applications
An Nx plugin for developing Ionic React applications and libraries
An Nx plugin for developing Ionic Angular applications and libraries
An Nx plugin for developing cross-platform applications using Capacitor
An Nx plugin for developing applications using Firebase
Nx plugin for structuring a monorepo with domains and layers
Nx plugin for replacing karma with jest in an Nx workspace
Nx plugin for node/angular-universal schematics and deployment builders in an Nx workspace
Nx plugin to deploy applications on your favorite cloud provider
Nx plugin to replace protractor with cypress in an nx workspace
Nx plugin to build docker images of your affected apps
Nx plugin to run the e2e test on an existing dist folder
Nx plugin adding first class support for Nuxt in your Nx workspace.
Nx plugin adding first class support for Vue in your Nx workspace.
Nx plugin adding first class support for Docusaurus in your Nx workspace.
Nx Plugin to integrate the generation of documentation with Compodoc in the Nx workflow
Nx plugin to use Svelte within nx workspaces
Nx plugin to use StencilJs within nx workspaces
Nx plugin to generate, test, lint, build, serve, & deploy Google Cloud Function
Nx plugin to use Go in a Nx workspace
Nx plugin to use webpack module federation
Nx plugin to generate, run, package, build (and more) Spring Boot projects inside your Nx workspace
OpenAPI Plugin for Nx. Keep your API spec files in libs, and auto-generate sources.
Nx Plugin adding first class support for Flutter in your Nx workspace
Nx Plugin for allowing operations to occur at the domain level instead of the default library level
Nx plugin to automate semantic versioning and CHANGELOG generation.