As a Software engineer and web dev/designer. It is done manually. Yes of course there are some tools which CAN help with that stuff but it will be way to generic. Clean readable code is so awesome. And you need to do it yourself to make it look amazing.
There are coding standards to follow which help out drastically for universal understanding and cleanliness.Here is an example for PHP: https://github.com/php-fig/fig-standards/blob/master/accepted/PSR-2-coding-style-guide.md
Also, there are tools like JS beautifier: http://jsbeautifier.org/ which will format your code nice and clean.
But comments, are unique and should be done by hand.
I use PHPStorm and WebStorm: http://www.jetbrains.com/webstorm/
Just to clarify, this would be an asset in the app, like background music.. a spritesheet etc.
I have a quick license question. Let’s say I wanted to buy an audio file for an app which would live in an app store.
Which license would I buy? Normal or Extended? Same goes for a graphic template.
I actually thought something was wrong recently….. nothing last month and nothing early into october,..but now something is popping up..
So many good ones! Buyers who don’t read item descriptions and ask questions which are clearly stated in the description bugs me
Imagine a world in which there are no differences between browser engines, in which everything is perfectly standardized.
This would make for a world where web developers would earn far less moneyAnd it could be quite boring… Anyway, it won’t happen, at least as long as humans are not standardized.
This makes me happy and sad all at the same time: