New features added to Suitecoder

If there were an Olympic coding event, I have no doubt that I would be representing my country in it 🙂

Jokes apart, lately I had been working to add certain useful features to suitecoder and today these features have been made live.  I really hope that these features would make life easier for all the suite-coders around.

Below is list of new features added

File History

Many suitecoder users asked for SVN feature so that they can view the file Revisions.  So now whenever you save your file using suitecoder a copy is stored that you can view/compare with your current version.

File History (SVN) Feature

Enhanced Intellisense

Intellisense Example 1

Intellisense Example 2

Intellisense is enhanced so that you will be having a minimum need to consult to Netsuite Documentation. Standard parameters that are provided to Netsuite are now a part of intellisense.

Other features

  • Now pressing Control-S within the editor saves the file. No need to click the Save button every time.
  • Each revision history can be labelled so that you can easily find revisions.
  • Latest version of Code mirror is used.

You can view the complete list of features here.

I am a web developer working @ Gaditek

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I work on LAMP Stack, SRE and resilience engineering. I also worked on Python, GAE and Netsuite Customization. Currently working @ Cloudways as Software Architect

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