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Gyaani Baba ka ucch Gyaan, aao lelo. Join discord for more
1 project | reddit.com/r/IndianTeenagers | 26 Jan 2022
Jak ocenić swoje aktualne miejsce pracy?
3 projects | dev.to | 25 Jan 2022
- ¿Cómo administrar el código heredado frágil?
- Jak zarządzać delikatnym przestarzałym kodem?
How to manage fragile legacy code?
Sticking to the same formatting makes it easier to read the code: in this way, there are no weirdly formatted places that attract your attention for the wrong reason. Consistency in the codebase brings a sense of order and makes it easier to trust in the project’s current state. Coding style can generate a lot of heated discussions. I don’t care that much about particular formatting; I just want to do the same, no matter who and when wrote the code, and I like the style to be applied automatically. Luckily, right now we have opinionated tools, such as prettier, that can format entire projects in a moment and leave only a few options to discuss inside your team. So you can outsource both the formatting itself and the endless discussions about it to an external tool!
First non-tutorial react project
2 projects | reddit.com/r/reactjs | 25 Jan 2022
Your CSS is also a bit messy - the number and place of spaces is not consistent, same goes for the number of new empty rows between blocks. Some rows end with a semicolon, others don't. I suggest you look into tools like Prettier. It will guarantee you use the same style and formatting everywhere (this goes for your whole codebase, not just the CSS).
How do you typically write your code?
4 projects | reddit.com/r/webdev | 24 Jan 2022
Generally, just use a formatter and linter and do whatever those suggest. For web stuff https://prettier.io/ is a good formatter to use and eslint https://eslint.org/ a good linter. Though eslint does try to enforce style as well which conflict with prettier, but they can be configured to work together: https://www.benmvp.com/blog/prettier-eslint/
The best Angular 13 Starter Project
12 projects | dev.to | 22 Jan 2022
✅ Angular 13 ✅ Angular Material ✅ Unit Testing with Jest ✅ End-to-End Testing with [TestCafé](https://testcafe.io/ ✅ Internationalization with Transloco ✅ Auto documentation with Compodoc ✅ Analyse your project with webpack-bundle-analyzer ✅ Docker ✅ ESLint ✅ Prettier ✅ Commit Linting ✅ AuditJS Audit this application using Sonatype OSS Index ✅ Auto-generate a CHANGELOG with auto-changelog
Set your project up for success
5 projects | dev.to | 17 Jan 2022
It would be best if you didn't argue about code formatting. Use a tool like prettier and never speak about the topic again. I don't put any effort whatsoever into formatting my code anymore. When I save, and nothing happens, this is a sign that there is a syntax error somewhere.
Angular 13 + NestJs + NX
9 projects | dev.to | 15 Jan 2022
✅ Angular 13 ✅ Ngx-admin ✅ NestJS 8 ✅ Next generation build system with Nx ✅ Unit Testing with Jest ✅ End-to-End Testing with Cypress ✅ ESLint ✅ Prettier
Creating a flowchart editing library
2 projects | reddit.com/r/sveltejs | 14 Jan 2022
The closest thing I've stumbled uppon is Drawflow, which seems to be made specifically for Vue although it also offers a vanilla JS api. Problem with that is that it's fancy but it's missing a bunch of features, for example custom nodes seem to be created using (don't quote me on this) a plain innerHTML = operation, even if you set the Element as an object (link here) by "registering" it as the documentation says.
Hi Everyone, need a recommendation for open-source flow builder boilerplates or toolkits that helps you build flows in Vue JS/ Vanilla JS as fast as possible, something similar to the one shown in the link. Thanks so much!
4 projects | reddit.com/r/vuejs | 25 Jun 2021
What are some alternatives?
black - The uncompromising Python code formatter
prettier-plugin-organize-imports - Make Prettier organize your imports using the TypeScript language service API.
pretty-quick - ⚡ Get Pretty Quick
clojure-style-guide - A community coding style guide for the Clojure programming language
husky - Git hooks made easy 🐶 woof!