We are very pleased to share our first free template. We hope Rain of Change will help anyone who needs to keep a Changelog for their projects.
You can customize this template as you wish by copying it to your own repository and pulling it to your local.
To manage the content of this template, we recommend you use Contentrain.
We have created the collection template that you need. You can find and use this collection in “Shared Collections”.
After free registration with Contentrain, you need to start a manual project installation and continue the installation by selecting the Rain of Change repo on Github.
During the installation, it is enough to delete the sample collections in the Collections step, select the Logs collection from the Shared Collections section and complete the installation.
This way you can easily manage all your logs with Contentrain.
If you have any question with the installation, you can send us your questions via Discord.
We will soon publish a video about how to use this template with Contentrain.
|publish||It provides publication control for your logs||true or false|
|relaseDate||Allows you to set dates for your logs||–|
|tags||Allows you to set the version label and label colors.||–|
|text||You can create release tags like “Features, Bug Fix”||–|
|color||You can choose the color for the tags||blue,red, yellow, gray, zinc, green, purple, orange, pink, teal, indigo, cyan, brown, slate, amber, lime, emerald, sky|
Make sure to install the dependencies:
# yarnyarn install# npmnpm install
Start the development server on http://localhost:3000
npm run dev
Pre-render the website to be deployed on any static hosting:
npm run generate
dist/ directory is ready to be deployed (symlink to
.output/public), learn more on Nuxt docs.
Build the application for production:
npm run build
Start the server in production:
Learn more on Nuxt docs for more information.