The best practice is to use React/Angular/Vue & Animator's npm servers, then the npm install flow described on the Share page.

Once a component has been installed in a codebase, it will have a specific version number in the `package.json` file for that codebase.

Every time you press publish in Animator, a new 0.0.x version of your component is available for install.  The most precise way to get an exact version of your project is to communicate the version number you see in the Publish UI to your developer — e.g. 0.0.19.  They can then specify this in their codebase's package.json, run npm install (or yarn install), and they'll have the new Animator component.

You can see that version number in the top-left of the Publish UI:

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