Just merged the development branch of Pattern Lab Node into master and marked it for release. I am excited about this as it was the direct result of a concerted effort to document the project against Pattern Lab PHP, the original reference implementation.
Note Pattern Lab Node now follows a more logical semver system, with an eventual march toward v1.0.0!
- CHG: note the change in versioning to proper semver. wanted to do this to inch closer to a 1.0.0 release
- DEL: deleted most of the lingering PHP sync listener code
- FIX: support for displaying the HTML and Mustache in the code viewer
- ADD: pattern link support
- CHG: updated included mustache templates to reflect pattern links in navigation and compiling pages direct from templates
- THX: @getsetbro for finding and fixing a typo
- FIX: fixed a bug preventing pattern states from displaying on the flat template/pages
- ADD: support for basic pseudo-patterns
- CHG: cleaned up patternlab.js a bit for future testing, a bit more DRYness.
You can view the specific release here: https://github.com/pattern-lab/patternlab-node/releases/tag/v0.8.0
It’s only taken me ~18 months(HOLY COW HOW DID THAT HAPPEN?), but Pattern Lab Node is maturing to the point where it can stand alone as a product, stepping out of the shadow created by Pattern Lab PHP. Hence, stargazers may notices on the issue tracker an exciting milestone: v1.0.0
Dave Oslen has been crazy hard at work during this time, creating a PHP Twig implementation of “Pattern Lab 2.0” complete with a killer plugin architecture. It’s the stuff of beauty. I am unsure what the future holds for me - as I think my efforts might be best contributed there - but I will keep Pattern Lab Node functional and responding to user needs for the foreseeable future.
Thanks to everyone that continues to discover, use, and report feedback to Pattern Lab Node.