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How we use MavensMate’s “mm” CLI tool, GitHub, and CircleCI to do continuous tests/builds

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As Mavens has grown over the past 5 years, the projects we work on have only become more complex, often using a mix of platforms, frameworks and programming languages (Force.com, Heroku, Amazon, Apex, Python, AngularJS, Ruby on Rails, etc.). Over the past 6 months, we’ve started to standardize our build/test automation on a service called CircleCI. For Force.com specifically, many of our projects follow a model that could be interesting to some: we write code in Sublime Text using MavensMate we commit code to GitHub we use CircleCI to run…read more

MavensMate now available on Windows and Linux

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We’re proud to announce that Windows and Linux are now officially supported in the most recent version of MavensMate for Sublime Text. Head to mavensmate.com to download the beta.

New MavensMate Website and Better Documentation

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We’re excited to announce that MavensMate now has a proper address on the World Wide Web. At mavensmate.com you’ll find the obligatory landing page with links to documentation and download. The documentation is still a work in progress, but it aims to get developers and users alike setup quickly with MavensMate.

What’s new with MavensMate?

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MavensMate undergoes some pretty radical changes with the most recent release, so I want to take this opportunity to give a brief rundown of its current state: “MavensMate” now refers to a tool for writing cross-platform IDEs for Force.com What does this mean? Well, the APIs that have historically provided the functionality for the TextMate & Sublime Text plugins have been rewritten in Python and “frozen” to run as executables on OSX, Linux, and Windows. The Sublime Text plugin has been rewritten to utilize the new executables. There are two…read more

MavensMate resource bundles

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Resource Bundles is a MavensMate feature that enables Force.com developers to modify and deploy static resource archives more efficiently, directly from Sublime Text.