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Iva Kop
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Sep 23, 2021 ⋅ 5 min read

Build a robust React app with Husky pre-commit hooks and GitHub Actions

Iva Kop I am a self-taught software developer passionate about frontend development and architecture.

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One Reply to "Build a robust React app with Husky pre-commit hooks and GitHub Actions"

  1. In my opinion, this would be the perfect place to add a check for the coverage. And instead of running tests after each commit, I would recommend to do this before a push. This way, you don’t stop yourself and your team from doing many commits and still prevent code smell in your repo 🙂

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