I and the (real) Paul Irish return for the second live episode of the Breakpoint – a new show focusing on developer tooling and workflow. In this episode we show you brand new SASS, feature inspection and console features in the Chrome Developer Tools. If you want your to stay on the bleeding edge of tooling, you won’t want to miss it.
In this first episode of the The Breakpoint – a new show dedicated to developer tools and time-saving techniques—Paul Irish and I talk about Yeoman and new experimental features in the Chrome Developer Tools.
We also have special guest Brian Ford from the AngularJS team joining us to take you through how to rapidly build Angular apps with their Yeoman generator.
I know I'm a little late sharing this on the blog, but thanks to 10,000+ people that have been watching.
The Breakpoint will be returning for it's second episode on November 1st.
When kicking off a new application, we always seem to have libraries we need to manually find and add, boilerplate code that needs to be written and a thorough build and testing process we need to get setup. Today we’re excited to announce the launch of Yeoman – a project which hopes to simplify these steps in your developer workflow.
Sublime Text is currently the text editor of choice for a number of developers in the open-source community. It’s sophisticated, has powerful text selection and customization support and also includes a feature not used by many – its build system. In this post, I’d like to take you through the Sublime build system and share build scripts for working with many of the languages and tools we use today.