wy-T-iwyg stands for What You Type is What You Get. This is a basic document sharing platform, built over a powerful markdown editor with a full real-time rendering.
The front-end is entirely managed with AngularJS (giving a try to AngularJS was actually my main motivation for working on this project)
just after the boring registration stuff, while Ruby on Rails takes care of the business model.
I’m thinking about dropping AngularJS and transform this POC in ruby gem for markdown edition.
Envm is an environment manager based on maven for Java projects.
This is a fork of the woko maven plugin
in which we’ve just removed the dependencies on the Woko framework.
Envm allows to have different resources depending on the context (e.g. production, test, dev, etc.).
They are plain folders under the project root :
You can switch from various environments easily by using :
The plugin will recursively copy (and thereby possibly overwrite existing resources) the files found in
the environment folder <project_root>/environments/myenv to the target/classes folder of your project.
I’m a huge fan of GitHub : it’s fast, slick, easy and so much more… But for the majority of my customers,
using GitHub to manage the backlog is overkill. These are the two main ideas behind All-U-Track which offers an
issue tracking tool based on the GitHub simplicity.
This app was my first trip with Ruby on Rails, and it was love at first sight !
Stripes is the best Web MVC for Java. Hands down.
It’s compact, elegant, effective and fun to use. It has everything you need in order to build webapps:
Kick-ass Data Binding & Validation,
Neat Controller model (ActionBeans),
HTML Tag library (FORMs),
I wrote this Groovy Script to speed up Stripes apps bootstrapping. By answering a few questions, this command line
tool will generate a working ‘Hello World’ app with your exact needs.