New Coding Talk: Create Your First InterSystems ObjectScript Code with IRIS Community, Github, Docker and VSCode

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Hi Community!

New "Coding Talk" video is already on InterSystems Developers YouTube:

Create Your First InterSystems ObjectScript Code with IRIS Community, Github, Docker and VSCode

In this video, presented by @Evgeny Shvarov, you will know how to create InterSystems ObjectScript class, run it in a docker container with InterSystems IRIS Community Edition, edit and compile it in Visual Studio Code and push it in Github.

And...

You're very welcome to watch all Coding Talks in a dedicated "Coding Talks" playlist on our InterSystems Developers YouTube Channel.

Stay tuned! yes

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Where can I find these Code Guidelines, you are referring to at ~4:45?

I am using Atelier and it doesn't put Classes and Routines under the src folder.

Thanks!

Hmm... that document says nothing about how source code needs to be packaged for GitHub repos. And that's the part video refers to.  What am I missing?

Funny thing that this repo is not following guidelines Evgeny referring to :)

Hi @Anton Umnikov ! Thanks for raising this topic. 

The question of the most acceptable folder structure widely discussed already on community. 

As for Atelier, - why do you care where it puts the code? I believe you can maintain your code in a folder structure you like and let Atelier compile it and bring back in a place it took it, right?

"Widely" might be an overstatement for this particular discussion. Nor it equates it to any "Guidelines", official or de facto.

In Atelier, if I migrate the code, originally written in Studio (or any other code, already residing on a server) it ends up in a predefined location which is not src