Am Montag, 13. August 2012 14:13:10 UTC+2 schrieb Rishav Sharan:
> Hi Zach
> I have some ideas.
> How about rolling up a blog?
> this will give the readers an idea of a multi paged application with db
> You will have a blog lists page and a new blog page.
> also you will want a chain of user comments underneath each blog post.
> finally, throw in basic test cases using mocha and BDD in there.
> If auth is developed then you can build upon that tutorial and add in auth
> strategies and maybe even redis based session storage.
> That should a good starting course (spread over 5-6 articles?) for all
> newbs like me.
> On Saturday, April 28, 2012 4:53:49 AM UTC+5:30, Zach Smith wrote:
>> Hey guys,
>> This is something I could totally work on, any suggestions for what final
>> product you'd like to see built? Also, webster, I'd be very interested in
>> hearing what issues you have with porting the structure. I'm currently
>> working on making some tools to (hopefully) make derby easier to work with
>> and would really like to hear what issues you see.
>> On Fri, Apr 27, 2012 at 3:31 AM, webster <johan.o...@webstep.no> wrote:
>>> I'll second that.
>>> I'm in the situation where I have a ready responsive
>>> html5boilerplate/localStorage prototype with Html/css/js working, and Derby
>>> seems to be just what I was looking for as a backend.
>>> The problem is, after trying out meteor: the derby structure is quite
>>> hard to jump start.
>>> In meteor I can just paste the html, css and js I have, and refactor as
>>> I go, where in derby it seems I must rethink my structure to even get it up
>>> and running.
>>> How do I do this in the quickest way?
>>> Don't underestimate the number of situations where you get a html
>>> prototype from a front-end dev who has no interrest in learning derby and
>>> Awesome work, really excited on where this framework is going. Thanks
>>> and good luck.
>>> kl. 15:12:03 UTC+2 onsdag 25. april 2012 skrev Bob Ralian følgende:
>>>> Derbyjs looks really awesome. But I was wondering if there's a
>>>> tutorial anywhere, or if anyone is working on one. The docs are great,
>>>> but I wouldn't mind a little extra hand-holding for getting started
>>>> with a from-scratch application. If you're looking to get more people
>>>> on board, I think that would be huge.