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Jan 21st, 2019
Hasty Treat - Tidying Up Code👇 Download Show✏️ Edit Show Notes
In this Hasty Treat, Scott and Wes talk about tidying up your code - why it's important and how it can make your (dev) life better.
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3:24 - Removal
- Unneeded comments
- Unused CSS
- Unused Functions
8:06 - Organizing
- A system that works for you
- Know when to break things out into a new file, components, functions otherwise
- Index file works sometimes - other times it's too much work
11:45 - Tiding Up
- Refactoring bad/old code
- Non-ironically, does this code spark joy?
- Unused Functions
- Add in comments
- Folding - use a code formatter
- Tidying Up with Marie Kondo
- Better Comments VS Code
- Nicole Sullivan - Object Oriented CSS