All this module does is export a function that prints out
Usage for users
Then you can browserify/Webpack using
<script> tag via the
"jsnext:main" field, so you can directly include the ES6 source.
Download either the unminified
Then use the
<script> tag inside your HTML page.
Then you can use
Usage for library authors
npm run build will build the Node-ready and browser-ready versions, which are written to the
npm run build, then
git commit the built files. (Yes, we're checking the built files into Git for the benefit of Github and Bower.)
npm version patch|minor|major to create the npm version as well as the Git tag. Then
git push origin master --tags, run
npm publish, and you're good to go!
For Bower, you will also need to register your module using the steps described here.
Open a pull request! I'm sure there is some exotic publishing mechanism that I forgot about. :)