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# javascript

Code mods in JavaScript and how to get started creating your own

With the ever-changing landscape in web development, code is forever needing to be updated, whether that be due to updates in frameworks and libraries or new features supported in browsers. Manually dealing with all these updates can often be very error prone and time consuming and that is where code mods/refactoring tools come in. Code mods are scripts that can be run on existing code, templates, styles (pretty much anything with the correct parser and compiler) in order to identify a pattern and then update the code to a new one.

Michael Kerr

March 30, 2022

# open-source

This week in Open Source at simplabs #7

Our software engineers are all active members of the open-source community and enjoy collaborating on various projects. In this blog post, we have collected some of the work they have done the past weeks!

simplabs

March 22, 2022

# ember

Making your dynamic Ember components work with Embroider

Embroider is the future for building Ember apps. It unlocks features like splitting code per route by statically analyzing your codebase and dependencies. But what if you are using an addon that relies on dynamic components? This blog post will outline how we converted ember-promise-modals to be compatible with Embroider's route-splitting feature. ember-promise-modals is an Ember addon that allows you to dynamically render modals from your javascript code.

Nick Schot

March 17, 2022

# open-source

This week in Open Source at simplabs #6

Our software engineers are all active members of the open-source community and enjoy collaborating on various projects. In this blog post, we have collected some of the work they have done the past week!

simplabs

March 9, 2022

# misc

Better code with lint-to-the-future

Have you ever wanted to add a new lint rule to your project but didn’t have time to fix a thousand files at once just to get your ci passing again? In this post, I’m going to show you a nifty new project called lint-to-the-future, that is going to make that process a breeze.

Chris Manson

March 7, 2022

# open-source

This week in Open Source at simplabs #5

Our software engineers are all active members of the open-source community and enjoy collaborating on various projects. In this blog post, we have collected some of the work they have done the past week!

simplabs

February 22, 2022

# open-source

This week in Open Source at simplabs #4

Our software engineers are all active members of the open-source community and enjoy collaborating on various projects. In this blog post, we have collected some of the work they have done the past week!

simplabs

February 7, 2022

# open-source

This week in Open Source at simplabs #3

Our software engineers are all active members of the open-source community and enjoy collaborating on various projects. In this blog post, we have collected some of the work they have done the past week!

simplabs

January 24, 2022