So you want to build an Atom package. Some aspects of Atom make this an absolute joy, but some resources on the internet are seriously lacking, and this is my attempt to summarise all of the things I found out and learnt about building an Atom package.
This week we were introduced to Ruby on Rails! The magical steam train! The web app framework that you can have up and running in no time! In my makers journey so far, it’s probably the closest to magic that I’ve seen. You wave your wand and hey presto! It’s done a bazillion things for you already. Dare I say that was exactly what I didn’t like about it to begin with. I felt like I didn’t have to do any thinking. I came to realise however that the advantage of Rails is not in finding satisfaction in difficult debugging and planning, but in being able to put together a project quickly and accomplish more in a shorter time frame as a result.