Engineering

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Engineering

Building the ClickUp integration at Jam

At Jam, our mission is to help teams ship high-quality software, faster. We do this by making it easier to communicate about and fix bugs. Our tool makes sure all the information engineers need to debug a bug, like network requests, console logs, screenshots, videos, and device, OS, and browser
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Automating Chrome extension publishing with GitHub Actions

In the earlier days of Jam engineering, we did a few things that donโ€™t scale. As one of those many things, we manually submitted the extension to the Chrome Web Store. This meant whenever we wanted to release newer versions of our extension, one of our engineers had to
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Top 5 picks: Chrome extensions for developers

There are so many great Chrome extensions to help developers, but with so many to try, how do you know which ones are actually great? I asked the developers on the Jam team for the ones they use every day. Here are our top picks! ๐Ÿ‘‡ 1 โ€“ ModHeader Easiest way to
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Patching dependencies is easier than forking

How to use patch-package to patch dependencies in javascript apps.
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