Motivation As time goes on, lots of things become outdated sooner or later, and documentation is no exception. But when documentation becomes outdated, it automatically loses its essence – to be consulted for valuable information. In modern software development, where Application teams are continuously adding features to their services and Platform
The adventure continues, diving deeper into Empathy.co’s experience moving to a mono-repo to go open source with Interface X [https://docs.empathy.co/develop-empathy-platform/build-search-ui/]. If you haven’t read Part 1 [https://engineering.empathy.co/moving-to-a-mono-repo-1/] of this blog series, start there for the challenges we faced.
Why Empathy.co chose Apache 2.0 to go open source with Interface X frontend components
I have always looked enviously to open source projects, organisations and companies willing to share and absorb knowledge that changed the way that software is understood, that is why I was pretty excited when I realised that an Empathy project was going that way.