Dynamic Web Development with Seaside

14Writing good Seaside Code

This short chapter explains how you can improve the quality of your code and your programming skills in general by running Slime, a Seaside-specific code critics tool. For example, Slime can detect if you do not follow the canonical forms for brush usage that we presented in Chapter 7. It will also help you identify other potential bugs early on, and help you produce better code. Furthermore, if you work on a Seaside library, it is able to point out portability issues between the different Smalltalk dialects.

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