Enhancing the release notes
Now that we know what a release notes file is made of, we are going to enhance our initial release notes.
You do not necessarily need to use the provided release notes in that section, but you can initialize your own, so that you do not lose time.
Now that you have a deeper understanding of the release notes are structured, it's time to build a more elaborate one.
With the template
For that, copy the
What we want is render it, no? Re-use the previously open console. Run the
Open the generated HTML page. What do you see there? Yes, there are two releases described and much more details. You don't like the colors and the style? Wait until we explain how to customize all this...
With your own component
Now that you have understood the main guide lines of the XRN framework and that you have your own component in mind - we call
In any case, it is advised to copy of the two XRN template files (the one you feel more confident with, depending on your
understanding so far), rename the file as
From now, you are able to invoke the
If you already have some release notes for your
So far, we've focused on the release notes file. Its structured has been detailed, it has been explained that you need to
create your own and initialize properly. This means that now, almost all the valuable and necessary information about component
We've seen that there is an Ant task of the framework that handles the rendering of the release notes into the HTML format. We haven't discussed much about it, though this is an important feature of the framework. We now need to focus on that.