BP201: Use a common documentation framework to ensure consistency in the documentation approach across microfrontends
Use a common documentation framework to ensure consistency in the documentation approach across microfrontends. When working with microfrontends, it is important to have a consistent approach to documentation across all the different projects. This helps to ensure that developers can easily understand how to work with each microfrontend and reduces the amount of time spent onboarding new team members. By using a common documentation framework, you can ensure that all microfrontends have a similar structure and format, making it easier for developers to find the information they need.
One example of a common documentation framework is the use of README files. A README file is a document that provides information about a project and is typically included in the root directory of the project. By using a README file for each microfrontend, you can provide a consistent set of information about each project, such as how to install and run the microfrontend, how to contribute to the project, and any other relevant information. This makes it easier for developers to understand how to work with each microfrontend and reduces the amount of time spent onboarding new team members.
// Example of a README file for a microfrontend # Microfrontend Name ## Description This microfrontend is responsible for displaying the user profile page. ## Installation To install this microfrontend, run the following command: ``` npm install ``` ## Usage To run this microfrontend, run the following command: ``` npm start ``` ## Contributing To contribute to this microfrontend, please follow these steps: 1. Fork the repository 2. Create a new branch 3. Make your changes 4. Submit a pull request