As I have been learning more and more about developing software for the web I have been wanting to be part of open source software and getting code I’ve written out in front of people. Part of that is writing about code here on this blog and another part is writing code and publishing it somewhere people can find it. I recently did a post about my plans to publish my first package to NPM and now I have done it, hooray! Just moments ago I published the package.
The package is an ExpressJS project boilerplate creator. It creates a simple directory structure along with some files to get started in creating an ExpressJS app. If you are interested in seeing it you can find the project here:
I’ve done some basic testing and it works pretty well. There is on occasion errors that I have to look into, but running the package again seems to work. So, that should be fun to troubleshoot, yay!
But, really getting this project out in the world is really meant to be the catalyst for me to get over my fears of putting code I’ve written out there. It may not be the most sophisticated and it may not even be the best way to do this, but it is code I’ve written and it does the thing it is meant to do. That is pretty cool to me.
Let me know if you have any questions in the comments!