37 thoughts on “Big JavaScript Projects – Code Sharing

  1. Remember that its not as straight forward to import this shared-stuff module in the firebase functions folder. You'll have to create a tarball and then use that as the dependency. Because cloud functions are built on the cloud, and they won't have your shared-stuff folder.

  2. I didn't understand the part when you created different Git repos, we have now three repose, just the shared one was pushed to the remote, then how another developer can clone or update Angular app or Vue?

  3. Installing a local npm package will not work for the Cloud Functions app since dependencies are installed remotely. You'd need to either host the shared repo or copy its contents into the functions app before deploy.

  4. Great video! A lot of people talking that it would be cool to see a video about Tensorflow which I agree. But proposing another idea, I would like to see an integration of blockchain (smart contracts or whatever) with Ionic, I'm very curious about that topic too, maybe combining it with firebase will be really cool also.

  5. Thanks for touching on this topic. I need to manage multiple Ionic projects sharing common interfaces & code. As such, I'm pretty sure I want to go down the monorepo route. I'd love to see a video in the near future expanding on the use of monorepos, and particularly any tips you can offer with regard to multiple Ionic apps (e.g. a public app and an admin one) sharing one repo & one Firebase project.

  6. Would love to see how this would be configured as a monorepo! I've played around with Lerna, but I'm curious how that would play out with framework mixing. Is that another video or part of the paid subscription content?

  7. Awesome Video!
    That's extremely useful Jeff! We often loose a lot of time with code organization, workflows. I think those productivity tips are as valuable (or more) as actual code tricks

  8. I am new to this site, but always eager to see best practices explained about nearly anything. Also just about to dive in to Angular Firebase – but I can see there are already a pretty decend material on this channel, so gotta start with that 🙂

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