These helpers produce the markdown text you need in your README to include
badges that report information, such as the CRAN version or test coverage,
and link out to relevant external resources. To add badges automatically
ensure your badge block starts with a line containing only
<!-- badges: start --> and ends with a line containing only
<!-- badges: end -->.
use_badge(badge_name, href, src) use_cran_badge() use_bioc_badge() use_lifecycle_badge(stage) use_binder_badge(ref = git_default_branch(), urlpath = NULL)
Badge name. Used in error message and alt text
- href, src
Badge link and image src
Stage of the package lifecycle. One of "experimental", "stable", "superseded", or "deprecated".
A Git branch, tag, or SHA
urlpathcomponent to add to the link, e.g.
"rstudio"to open an RStudio IDE instead of a Jupyter notebook. See the binder documentation for additional examples.
use_badge(): a general helper used in all badge functions
use_bioc_badge(): badge indicates BioConductor build status
use_cran_badge(): badge indicates what version of your package is available on CRAN, powered by https://www.r-pkg.org
use_lifecycle_badge(): badge declares the developmental stage of a package according to https://lifecycle.r-lib.org/articles/stages.html.
use_binder_badge(): badge indicates that your repository can be launched in an executable environment on https://mybinder.org/
Functions that configure continuous integration, such as
use_github_actions(), also create badges.