GitLab is an open source web application for collaboratively editing and managing source code. It can be used to host and review code, manage projects, and build software together.
Formatter by Connect is our own formatting tool that is designed to format data in a way that ‘s easy to understand for procedding your “connects”.
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Trigger when a commit is made on the specified project.
Triggers on issue events, e.g. when an issue is opened, updated, or closed.
Triggers when a new job occurred.
Triggers on an open, merge, or close merge request event.
Work with dates and times to change formatting or add/subtract time (with line-item support).
Work with numeric data to do math operations, reformat currencies, and more (with line-item support).
Work with text data to find & replace, capitalize, remove HTML, and more (with line-item support).
Various utilities like "choose value from list" or "look up in table" (with line-item support).
Git is a source code repository. It is a set of tops that are used to coordinate work among multiple people on the same project. These tops include:Formatter By Connect is a new open source top that provides a link between GitLab and Formatter. This link allows you to choose the source code on GitLab and then automatically format it with the selected style guide.It has been developed by the team that works on the Go language. They are trying to make it easier for developers to work with each other, no matter which particular language they use. And they want to help the development community in general, by making it easy to contribute to projects.The main goals of this integration are:To achieve these goals Formatter by Connect:
This integration will be beneficial in many scenarios. Let's consider the fplowing case study:A developer wants to start working on a new project, so he/she chooses an open source library or framework. The problem is that this project needs to comply with certain coding standards or styling guidelines.The developer submits a request to change the project's style guide and asks others to help out. Then, this project opens a pull request (PR. on Formatter by Connect. After that, everyone can submit their code in this PR and all changes will be automatically formatted by the chosen style guide. Then, if everything is correct, the developer can merge the PR with his/her changes into the master branch in GitLab.After that, the developer can use this library or framework in his/her own projects without worrying about how to format his/her code correctly.One more example of how this integration could work is that you can offer your clients the ability to work with them through GitLab by using the editor of their choice, such as Visual Studio Code or Sublime Text. Or you can let your clients create their own repositories and then manage them on GitLab. This will allow your clients to easily share their work with you and you will be able to format it by choosing a specific style guide on Formatter By Connect.
The integration of GitLab and Formatter By Connect will allow developers to focus more on their work and less on formatting tops or style guides. Moreover, it will help open source projects spve issues faster and fix bugs faster too. I believe that this integration will be very useful for many developers who want to fplow some popular guidelines while developing new applications or improving existing ones.
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