What is your top priority while developing in Mendix?
Consistent code that different developers quickly understand accelerates the development process. Developers as a rule hate to do anything twice. They also have a low tolerance for boredom.
Almost all development teams do peer code review, even when using a low-code platform. The real challenge IT leaders face is finding a way to make the code review process as painless as possible for all concerned.
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Yes, it is possible to create stories in Sprintr based on a violation in ACR with a single click.
Yes, ACR allows for 'ignoring' violations if a reason is provided. This is done by placing violations on a so-called whitelist. Once a violation is whitelisted it will no longer be reported in future reviews.
Ideally, ACR should be run as soon as possible after code is committed. For example at the end of a workday. This means, that the feedback is already available and can be acted on when the next day starts.
Yes. For one, ACR allows rules to be switched off completely. Furthermore, some rules are configurable. For example, most of the naming convention rules can be customized to match your team policy.
The rules in ACR are based on Mendix best practices, community guidelines, our guidelines, and from the users. If you have an idea for a rule please share it with us.
The CI/CD tool is available as a preview. It can be used for free, but we reserve the right to offer it as a separate product later.
Yes, you can sign-up for a free trial.