Monorepos are the new muse of library maintainers, but what happens when your project grows past 100 packages in the same repo? What about thousands? Rush.js was created for those cases, and Pete—who started the project while working at Microsoft—is here to tell us about it.
Pete Gonzalez | @octogonz
During the day, Pete works at HBO in Seattle on their streaming media apps. Prior to that, he was at Microsoft for 9 years, and before that, he worked at various consulting companies. A long time ago he was a cofounder of Ratloop, a small company that makes video games.
01:24 - Rush.js: What is it and what is it for?
04:47 - Problems with Managing Large Codebases
07:22 - How does Rush provide a solution for build orchestration?
13:34 - Rush Stack Opinion: How to Lint, Bundle, etc.
16:53 - Using Rush Stack: Getting Started
24:27 - Getting Technical About Versions
32:47 - Thoughts on Monorepos
36:30 - Getting Started (Cont’d) + Efficient TypeScript Compellation
43:28 - Does Rush have a size limit? Is it for bigger or smaller projects? Both?
44:34 - Using pieces of Rush in non-Rush projects?