Welcome to the 4th post in the series where I will take a look at how we can add comments to our code using JSDoc and perform syntax checking and style management with ESLint. I felt this was a good point to intersect the series on these topics, where you will establish fundamental development practices and make your vRO development

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Welcome to the third part in the series working with the vRealize Build Tools. At this stage, you should have a fully working CI infrastructure and have all of your vRO code exported using packages and stored in Git repositories. In this post, I will show you how to manage dependencies across your packages and how you can use the

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In my previous post on Deploying vRealize Build Tools To Allow Infrastructure As Code for vRA and vRO, I covered how to set up the CI infrastructure and your developer workstation, in preparation for managing your vRO code as projects with Visual Studio Code and Maven. In this post, I will explain how you can work with your existing code

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As any vRealize Orchestrator developer will tell you, managing code outside of the appliance is difficult. I recently wrote a post about Using Visual Studio Code for your vRealize Orchestrator Development, where I highlighted some of the challenges with this. The issue is that we’re not given the freedom to use any IDE we want, easily run unit tests on

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Please note that this post was created before VMware released the vRealize Build Tools fling. I have a new series which covers using these tools and in effect, supersedes this post. Please check out my new series on IaC for vRealize: Deploying vRealize Build Tools To Allow Infrastructure As Code for vRA and vRO When you are developing in a

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