Around the Web – 20180427

And now for somethings to read (or watch) over the weekend, if you have some spare time that is.

171: Get Rid of All the Admins

Good Day, Sir! Show - Salesforce Podcast – / John De Santiago – Apr 25 – In this episode, we discuss interviewing for a Technical Architect position, San Francisco's continued issues with safety and cleanliness, Amazon, Bootleggers and Baptists, pre-release orgs, testing on multiple browsers, and Keith Block's comments…

VS Code Extensions for Happier JavaScript Coding

Hacker Noon – Alek Shnayder – Apr 25, 9:01 AM – As a web developer, having a well calibrated editor is paramount to productivity. One of the best parts of Visual Studio Code as a general purpose editor, in addition to being free and open-source, is how much it can already do straight out of the…

VueConf US: 7 secret patterns Vue consultants don't want you to know

Vue Mastery – Chris Fritz – Mar 28 – Chris does a lot of work on the official Vue.js documentation and tooling. In this talk he goes over a series of productivity boosts, radical tweaks, and unlocked possibilities to help you write better Vue applications. Smarter Watchers It's a…

Developing Plugins for the Salesforce CLI - Salesforce Developers Blog

Salesforce Developers Blog – Apr 25, 2:22 AM – With almost every technology we build here at Salesforce, it's not enough to provide great tools and capabilities, but to also provide for the extension and customization of these tools and technologies. It's no different with the Salesforce CLI.

How to integrate ESLint with Vue.js and Vetur in Visual Studio Code – Daniel Schmitz – If you don't know ESLint, it's a tool for identifying and reporting on patterns found in ECMAScript/JavaScript code, with the goal of making code more consistent and avoiding bugs, checking the code formatting, unused variables, etc. Through this…

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