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spectacle-editor-viewer

v0.2.0

Published

Viewer component for Spectacle Editor presentation files

Downloads

10

Readme

spectacle-editor-viewer

A component for viewing a Spectacle Editor presentation.

Development

Code Quality

$ npm run lint

Run demo

You can run a live demo of the component with test data:

$ npm start
$ open localhost:3000

To test different decks, replace the demo/test.json file.

Release

Versioning should adhere to semver principles.

# Checkout master and check code quality
$ git checkout master
$ npm run lint

# Build lib/
$ npm run build

# Increase version according to Semver
$ npm version major|minor|patch

# Commit and release
$ git push origin master
$ npm publish