In previous blog posts, we have shown a lot of examples of tasks you can use Legato to automate. We’ve gone into detail on how these scripts work, what UI functionality is required to support them, and ways they can be improved and added upon to increase the functionality. Way back in LDC #67, we even discussed best practices that can be applied when writing applications. One topic we haven’t really covered though, is how to estimate the complexity of a task, and if it’s even a suitable task for Legato to tackle. Keep in mind we can really do anything with Legato... but there are definitely times where we should just step back, and say that a task is outside the scope of what a script should handle.
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