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It's a technique that is used to allow websites to degrade gracefully if for some reason a browser doesn't have JavaScript turned on, or it is incompatible and the JavaScript engine crashes. These days, between React, Angular, and several other frameworks that help build up the UI from formatted API calls (i.e. JSON, XML, etc.) and the world coming together ...


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Although I've never worked in automotive and had to deal with ASPICE, this is very similar to some standards from the aerospace, medical device, and pharmaceutical industries so it's possible to draw some parallels. I don't think it's safe to assume that the key point of interest is the failed part, although it's probably more important for failures in order ...


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Formatting the code with a tool will eventually boild down just to redo the indentation, it would be a small but widespread change not worth the pain. Apart from the fact that often it does not work very well, It will be a lot more difficult to use the history because last change of a lot of code will be flattened to the same commit, especially painful when ...


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Allow me to share a personal experience about enforcing rules around styles and formats. Not long ago, I had to compare and merge a forked code (2 lanes) with more than 1 year of changes in each lane. Lanes were being developed by two different teams, from different companies. Two teams that never minded coordinating with each other. I estimated the task in ...


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