As the World’s Laziest Developer, I don’t like to invent anything new if I can find something that already exists (and meets my needs). This article is a great example of that mentality. I’m really standing on the shoulder of giants and combining a few links and re-using someone else’s code (with credit,¬†of course) to document what my approach to versioning SPFx packages is, with the hope that it helps someone else. CHANGELOG.md: a standard way to communicate changes that doesn’t suck The problem with change logs There are a few ways to communicate changes when working on a project: you can use your commit log diffs, GitHub Releases, use your own log, or any other standard out there. The problem with commit log diffs is that, while comprehensive, they are an automated log of changes that include every-single-change. Log diffs are great for documenting code changes, but if you…