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Manage third-party models and runtime packages using source control - Finance & Operations | Dynamics 365 | #Dyn365FO | Microsoft Docs
Deployable packages from third parties can be manually installed on a development VM, and the installed artifacts can then be added to source control. Then, by synchronizing their local workspace, other developers can receive the runtime package on their VMs without having to install the deployable package. The build process on the build VM will help guarantee that the runtime packages for any extensions or other dependencies are available on the build VM.
dynamics365  ax  build  buildserver  howto 
22 hours ago by torben
Purgecss - Remove unused CSS
A tool to remove unused CSS. It can be used as part of your development workflow. Purgecss comes with a JavaScript API, a CLI, and plugins for popular build tools.
CSS  build  compression  asset-management  tools 
yesterday by liqweed
GitHub - gwk/muck
Build tool for data analysis projects
data-journalism  research  build  utility  workflow 
3 days ago by mjlassila
Your slowest Elixir tests - Today I Learned
How to easily find your slowest tests in an Elixir project.
elixir  mix  programming  build 
4 days ago by jefframnani
Which Should You Use: Webpack or Browserify & Gulp? | Toptal
ul tool that it can already perform the vast majority of the tasks you’d otherwise do through a task runner. For instance, Webpack already provides options for minification and sourcemaps for your bundle. In addition, Webpack can be run as middleware through a custom server called webpack-dev-server, which supports both live reloading and hot reloading (we’ll talk about these features later). By using loaders, you can also a
build  webpack  comparison  npm  browserify  grunt  gulp 
4 days ago by adaw

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