I’m currently learning a few things about web development and although I am not learning NodeJS right now, I am using NodeJS to run and install stuff.
Then while working on HTML and CSS, I like to use the package http-server, to disable cache so I don’t have to keep the Dev Tools open always to be able to see the latest uncached content.
For this reason, I require Node and NPM installed on my laptop, but I like to keep things isolated. I do know about Node Version Managers but it’s my personal setup, so I will do however I please!
yarn test npm install http-server -g http-server -c-1
After reading about keeping dependencies up to date I had enabled it. Just yesterday I came across this tweet and was happy to see even the merging part can be automated. For my personal blog, I can have this setup without giving two thoughts about it. So I enabled mergify and added this configuration.
You can see the result in this PR.