Getting Your Code to Run
When integrating code, first integrate their system to very simple pieces of code.
The Value Proposition
Integrating code is difficult. Both sides can have bugs or expect different things from the other. Even more, each side can hide bugs in the other. No where is this more obvious than when extending a tool with a plugin.
We simplify that by separating concerns. Specifically, we connect code that does nothing rather than trying to connect code and make it do something useful at the same time. Separating concerns provides the following advantages:
- Identify how the system will show failures before you start having them.
- Make it easy to add features incrementally, by giving a clean starting point.
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