In Zhihu, I saw Zhao Yusen mention that front-end engineering has four aspects, including modularization, componentization, standardization and automation. I quite agree with him. I also made a summary of these directions in my work.
As the first editor in the universe (I picked it myself), VSCode is not only a great tool for front-end development, but also a great experience for Python development and c/ CPP development. Some people even write Java in VSCode. Vscode is not an IDE and many of its features are not
Background For a bit of background, in developing a desktop IM application using Electron, the database is always resynchronized with each update during the version iteration process. Specifically, the typeORM framework I use is set: in general, when the version involves database updates, it needs to be passed
Because the nature of boundary events is to append specific behavior to process nodes. Therefore, CabloyJS uses a node behavior mechanism to implement functions similar to boundary events in Activiti
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Webrtc Compilation: How do I compile the client Webrtc? What potholes were encountered during compilation? What are the preparations before compiling?
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It's time to set up a flag once a year again. I hope the red flag of 22 years is flying and standing. OKR is a great tool to use to finish what you started
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