Awesome Node.js has a "changelog" section under all projects. You can find it next to the "Repo" button in the header. There are two features that make it unique.

  1. It is an aggregation of parsed "" files and releases information from Github. This way, it is easier to see all changes in a single place and a uniform style.
  2. All changelogs are "emojified". This helps with identifying each change easier. Emojification is achieved by parsing each line and applying a specific emoji based on the first word or some other tokens.

The combination of the above two makes module changelogs on Awesome Node.js unique.

As you know, an example is worth a 1,000 words πŸš€

Changelog examples

  • Babel (Formerly 6to5) 7.7.5 (December 06, 2019)

    v7.7.5 (2019-12-06)

    🍱 πŸ› Bug Fix

    • πŸ”Œ babel-plugin-transform-modules-commonjs, babel-plugin-transform-regenerator, babel-plugin-transform-runtime, babel-preset-env, babel-runtime-corejs2
    • babel-cli
      • #10283 babel --watch should have equivalent file selection logic with babel (@JLHwung)
    • πŸ“œ babel-parser
    • πŸ”Œ babel-parser, babel-plugin-proposal-optional-chaining, babel-plugin-transform-modules-amd
      • #10806 fix(optional chaining): Optional delete returns true with nullish base (@mpaarating)
    • πŸ”Œ babel-helper-module-transforms, babel-plugin-transform-modules-amd
      • #10764 fix: rewriteBindingInitVisitor should skip on scopable node (@JLHwung)

    πŸ’… πŸ’… Polish

    🍱 🏠 Internal

    • babel-preset-env-standalone
    • Other
    • βœ… babel-helper-transform-fixture-test-runner

    Committers: 8

  • doT 1.1.3 (December 07, 2019)

    βœ… Tests for doT.process
    Patch code injection via prototype pollution (#291)

  • intern 4.7.0 (December 04, 2019)


    πŸš€ This release features an updated JUnit reporter that now indicates suite errors, and also updates the Runner reporter to tag suite error messages with "ERROR" rather than "FAILED" (#955).