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Hi my name is Mike Anderson, Founder & CTO of Tealium, ask me anything!

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@A-B wrote:

Hi Mike,

 

For all those custom code junkies out there, are there any plans to add

 

A - Linting capaability into custom code elements 

B - Code deployment minification option

C - Enhance Diff tools for code comparison

 

Cheers,

Alex

 

p.s. Thanks for taking putting time in for Ask Me Anything 


@A-B

The linting ask is a good one...noted.

 

We currently support minification. It's a publish setting that defaults to "On".

 

We have diff tools that are launched from the versions tab. You select the first version and then diff it to a second. The only limit I could see on this is that this is a post-publish diff rather than a pre-publish diff, but you could publish to Dev, do the diff then promote it.

 

We have a new enhancement coming out which is a draft mode for JavaScript code extensions so you can work on multiple versions of an extension in parallel and can select which version publishes where. We plan to put diff into that feature so you can see the changes you've made in a QA draft versus what's in production.

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