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It was something I've been wanting to do for a while. But that again is something that will happen I guess on Dev Days organically whenever we have time. Brad That's freaking awesome. Brad Well OK, I think unfortunately we're out of time. We could probably talk literally all day about this and I want to, but for the sake of time, I think we'll have to wrap up. But seriously, thank you so much for coming on the show…Brad It's just… my jaw's been on the floor ever since this first came across my screen and so it's really cool that one: you guys made it, and two: it's out there for the world to see.
So thank you for putting that out there for all of us to benefit from. We'll have a new episode of the Style Guide Podcast for you later on. Website Style Guide Resources Articles Books Podcasts Talks Tools Examples Style Guides with Ian Feather Subscribe in iTunes or Get the feed About Ian Feather Ian is a Senior Software Engineer at Schibsted, and before that he was Lonely Planet's Tech Lead.
Links Lonely Planet's Style Guide A Maintainable Style Guide Rizzo What we would change about Rizzo SiteEffect Pattern Lab The Transcript Transcribed by Alison Brad All right, all right. Anna And I guess it also keeps the design very separate from the content. Anna Is there a tool Chewbacca Costume Hire Melbourne you use for visual regression testing. Ian I've used a few and to differing degrees of success. Anna I just do it by eye, which probably isn't very good. Ian That's a good question. Do people appreciate it.
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