Put your contributors faces in your readme.
contributor-faces lets you display a list of your contributors in your
readme. It also
allows you to list contributors by contributions in
npm install --save contributor-faces
// get an array of contributors// get contributors list as htmlcontributors// update contributors list in readmecontributors// exclude some contributors
Update your readme
To keep your contributor list up-to-date, your have to specify a placeholder for
Then whenever you update your
readme, the placeholder will get updated like this:
<a href=""><img src="" title="ngryman" width="80" height="80"></a>
markdown does not officially support non visible text or comments. A known workaround is to use a
link label to do so.
contributor-faces uses a specific
link label to process your
//is only decorative and means it's a comment
contributor-facesserves as the placeholder identifier.
MIT © Nicolas Gryman