Integrated developer environments and code editors that make use of the Tooling API, like the Dev...
Integrated developer environments and code editors that make use of the Tooling API, like the Developer Console and MavensMate, have made Apex and Visualforce development and deployment quick and easy. However, if you already have a preferred IDE or editor, how can you take advantage of the efficiency of the Tooling API? Join us as we demo an open source utility that maps actions of the Tooling API to filesystem actions by integrating the Tooling API with a custom NFS server. You’ll see how you can mount your metadata on your local machine so you can treat it like any other file-- including existing Apex classes, Visualforce pages, Lightning bundles, Metadata containers for editing, deploying, and checking code, and log files. You’ll see how to manipulate the data in your org using standard filesystem commands (ls, cp, rm, mkdir, etc.).