This concludes the tutorial guide for lono. Hopefully, you are now more comfortable with lono’s basic usage, concepts, and have a feel for the workflow.
From here, there are a few resources that can help you continue along:
- Check out the lono repo on GitHub
- Submit an issue
- Write a blog post describing how you are using lono, or a problem lono has allowed you to solve
Everyone can contribute to making lono better, including the documentation. These docs are the lono repo located the docs folder. Please fork the project and open a pull request! We love your pull requests. Contributions are encouraged and welcomed!
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