By Valentin Radulescu on June 24, 2014
What is it?
Github-changelog provides a mechanism to communicate to the users of your web app that updates are available and that they should reload to see the changes.
Github repository: Check it out here
Demo: See the demo
The source of the need
As developers, most of us strive to reach the Holy Grail of continuous deployment, so that any member of the team can push fixes and features as soon as these are built. Mean and lean. For most of us gone are the days of huge releases, replaced by an unpredictable and continuous flow of fixes and features. And these can be many. Etsy, a company we admire for their well oiled deployment system, managed to have 517 individual deploys in a single month. Although we are not quite at that scale yet, we manage to have 15+ daily deploys on a productive day. Read More …