I am excited to announce the release of nxtend.dev, the official website for documentation and release notes for nxtend plugins. However, the blog itself is not all that I'm excited about. This site was created with the
@nx-plus/docusaurus Nx plugin, so not only is the development experience great by being able to store my documentation in the same repo as my plugins, it also proves the potential for community Nx plugins.
I have a lot of changes planned for
@nxtend/ionic-react, and I have another plugin that is nearing release that will go hand-in-hand with
@nxtend/ionic-react. To stay tuned to updates, follow this blog, my Twitter, or my dev.to.