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I'm not an expert, just more than a novice a little bit. I've checked and tested many sources before, the code standard that makes it so obviously and basically that a verb should be lowercase and following by uppercase noun phrases (used for function name), such as: setValue, setUserEmail, etc. When I look at the vanilla code, why it would be SetValue or SetSomething for a normal function name? Is it against the standard naming style? My feeling is that "SetValue" - style makes the code looks really heavy after all. I decided to use vanilla to develop a small community, and It feels like I have to adapt this kind of naming style by the way. Just a little thought about the reason why it would be like that, while the standard is ... standard and it does not hurt your eyes.
And do we have any docs about the coding style and standard coding in garden framework? It really does help improve quality of plugins/addons, too.