Around the Web – 20170609
Brett M. Nelson - Friday, June 9, 2017
And now for somethings to read over the weekend, if you have some spare time that is.
Introducing the Apex Metadata API
As the title says it's about the Apex Metadata API available Summer ’17. It provides some features to configure Salesforce without using the Setup menu.
Introducing Heroku Shield: Continuous Delivery for High Compliance Apps
Heroku is adding the capability to create apps that comply with "high compliance environments". So if you ever wanted to build you healthcare app on Heroku, now may be your chance.
Self described as "a micro-site for micro-frameworks" microjs provides a search for small libraries to accomplish specific tasks.
Announcing TypeScript support in Electron
If you have been building apps with Electron this may be a pleasant announcement. Even without using TypeScript this will improve support for editors that make use of the type definition files.
How Do You Know A Developer Is Doing A Good Job?
Here's a nice read for developers and managers of developers. For managers of developers if provides some insight on what how to evaluate the performance of your developers. For developers I would recommend reading it with the thought of introspection in regards to what you think makes you good at your job.
Till Next Week
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