Lab 1: Comparing Different Projects

For this lab, I will be comparing the code review process for VS Code and and Kiwik Android. Vs Code VS Code has an MIT license which puts only very limited restriction on reuse. It has great documentation that tells users exactly what is required when they wish to fix issues. They have strict codingContinue reading “Lab 1: Comparing Different Projects”

Hacktoberfest Pre-Party! The Issue Hunt Begins

Since the beginning of the month, I have been preparing myself to work with the Open-Source community by learning git and familiarizing myself with the issue resolution workflow on GitHub. Now that October is around the corner, it is time to put my knowledge to test and participate in Hacktoberfest! My Goals for the EventContinue reading “Hacktoberfest Pre-Party! The Issue Hunt Begins”

Contributing to Other Repositories

Last time, I learned how to utilize git and Github to create and manage my own work. Today, I continue to learn with the git workflow by handling pull requests and issues on Github. Creating and Resolving Issues: The Process First, I looked picked another classmate’s repo and looked over their website. Afterwards, I determinedContinue reading “Contributing to Other Repositories”

Playing with GitHub and Filer

Last week, I talked about how I wanted to contribute to VS Code. Today, I practiced using Github to better prepare myself for the endeavour. It’s been a while since I have touched Github so I used the platform to host a simple web application as practice. This involved setting up git repo and implementingContinue reading “Playing with GitHub and Filer”

Visual Studio Code: Everyone’s (Biased) Favourite Code Editor

About Visual Studio Code Visual Studio Code (VS Code) is a source-code editor developed by Microsoft for Windows, Linux and macOS. It includes support for debugging, embedded Git control and GitHub, syntax highlighting, intelligent code completion, snippets, and code refactoring. It is highly customizable, allowing users to change the theme, keyboard shortcuts, preferences, and installContinue reading “Visual Studio Code: Everyone’s (Biased) Favourite Code Editor”

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