Add comments to your npm scripts

Elijah Manor
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The need for comments in your package.json file becomes desirable the more and more npm scripts you start to define. At first glance this might seem like a show stopper since JSON does not support comments, but there are ways around this limitation that we will discuss.

Philip
Philip
~ 4 years ago

Hey, Elijah. Adding the emoji is pretty cool. What package are using?

Elijah Manor
Elijah Manorinstructor
~ 3 years ago

Hey, Elijah. Adding the emoji is pretty cool. What package are using?

If you are using a Mac you could use ctrl-cmd-space to pull up an emoji picker OR there is a fun app for Mac that you can use http://matthewpalmer.net/rocket/

If you are on a PC you could try the Emoji extension for VSCode https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=Perkovec.emoji

If you have the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, you should be able to launch the emoji keyboard within Windows 10 by either use the WIN + . (the period punctuation mark) key, or else the WIN + ; (semi-colon) key. Either should open the new emoji keyboard.