bump diffcommand under the hood which will run each time a pull request is created or updated. It will make sure to fail the build if the documentation file is not valid.
bump deploy --dry-runcommand each time a branch is pushed you will make sure to fail the build if the documentation file is not valid. You can also use the
bump diffcommand to validate your documentation file and to output the API diff in your CI logs.
mainone) you will want to deploy your new documentation file and make it live. You will use the
package.json, be sure to install the CLI globally with
npm install -g bump-clibefore calling the
BUMP_ID: your documentation public slug or id
BUMP_TOKEN: your documentation private token