I'm thinking about switching from Sublime Text to Brackets (brackets.io), but I've become so dependent on the Codeivate plugin that I find it hard to switch before Brackets has one.
Brackets has an Extension Manager very much like Package Manger for ST and all the plugins are written in HTML, CSS & JS. Would be cool if you could look into one day, and maybe find time to develop a plugin!
The website seems to be down. Is the project dead? Was it announced anywhere?
I think it would be awesome if this product consolidated all of my programming activity in once place - if you could hook into the public activity on these two sites and measure metrics for commits, pull requests etc that could be pretty powerful... not sure if this is a great idea or even the direction you want to head in... just putting it out there!
Are there plans for an API to pull the collected stats from my account? Would be awesome for integration into personal dashboards or widgets and such.
Hi Ghostface, yes this is definitely planned :) The first cut will be a widget you can put on your own blog / site.
First version is up check the blog for details:
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I have slightly modifed the array the is returned adding in points for each language, and total time spent on each platform. This will also allow for more things to be added in the future.
I would love to be able to keep an average of programming up and be able to have codeivate tell me when I am below my "goal" however that is measured.
Then I could look over the past week and evaluate how well I did in accordance with my goals.
Good ideas! I think I might start off by calculating the average number of points earned for each language by you and the general population, and then maybe using this to help people set goals. I.e. setting a 10% improvement on last week, or showing your best ever day and trying to beat that (like a ghost mode in car racing)
I havebeen a fan of codeivate since for the past 502 days, I know it hasn't been updated in a while and it fails from time to time. Ireckon life cought up on you and this isn't a priority anymore. How about opensourceing it so other people can host their own codeivate?
Codeivate plugin in CLion recognized, that I am coding in Objective C. I even don't know this language. It was usual C/C++ (C++11 for sure). Can you fix it? Maybe I can change something in settings until issue will be fixed?
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