Building a Future-proof Developer Documentation Site
Motivation As time goes on, lots of things become outdated sooner or later, and documentation is no exception. But when documentation becomes outdated, it automatically loses its essence – to be consulted for valuable information.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
Moving to a mono-repo: Part 2, The Destination
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.
License to Code
Why Empathy.co chose Apache 2.0 to go open source with Interface X frontend components
Our Frontend Journey to Open Source
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.