Nov 29th, ‘21/5 min read
Monorepos - The Good, Bad, and Ugly
A monorepo is a single version control repository that holds all the code, configuration files, and components required for your project (including services like search) and it’s how most projects start. However, as a project grows, there is debate as to whether the project's code should be split into multiple repositories. In many cases, monorepos are still useful since they are very effective at managing projects with a lot of individual components. They also ensure that anyone working on a p
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