AID is a tool designed for AutoMan developers. It is a debugger, it’s main task is to show current AutoMan program state. Data must be shown more accurate than just a human-readable hundreds of debug lines. So this is why AID is called a visual debugger.
I’m not surprised if IntelliJ IDEA is your favourite IDE. If so, you must have been thinking many times how it is made. There are many things you must cover to understand it well, e.g., Virtual Files, Threading Rules, PSI Files, Actions, etc., but have you ever wondered if it possible to imporve your best IDE using Scala language?
Let’s talk about the essence of my GSoC’15 participation. As you probably know guys, my main task is to develop and deliver AutoMan Monitoring and Debugging Plugin for IntelliJ IDEA. The topic of my task is very descriptive, but wait, what should I actually do?
Earlier this week I showed you how to use MTurk Sandbox, I did it via their web site. But it’s not the point of the sandbox idea. I promised you to show you how to take more advantage of this sandbox system. Today I’m gonna call MTurk Sandbox API exactly from AutoMan code.
Have you ever heard about the sandbox term in a software development context? If not, this is the article exactly for you, nevertheless, if you know some sandboxes, this post introduces another one, maybe a new one for you.
I’m a lucky devil!</br></br> This summer I’m gonna work on AutoMan Monitoring and Debugging Plugin for IntelliJ IDEA project proposed by PLASMA @ Umass.