The coding portion of SproutCore 1.0 is nearly complete, so it’s time to
start work on some of the non-code parts of the SproutCore project.
Today I just push a brand new version of the SproutCore website. The design
is very simple, but unifies the wiki, blog, and main site so that they
finally feel like they belong together.
We still have a lot more to do with the site before 1.0. (More on that
later) But, the really interesting thing about the site is how it was
First, the new website uses SproutCore’s build tools. Over the last few
years these tools have been honed to generate highly optimized, cache
friendly apps in multiple languages. It turns out, you can use the same
tools to create highly optimized, cache friendly web pages in multiple
languages too. The new site is really zippy in part because we let these
tools work their magic.
Second, the ... (more)
Sproutcasts : Talk about cross-promotion: If you haven’t seen it already,
the Geoffrey’s Sproutcasts series now has an official place on the
SproutCore website at screencasts.sproutcore.com. The RSS feed is the same
since we’ll be cross posting.
SproutCore Task Manager on Google App Engine:
The open-source agile tracker “tasks” is now hosted on Google App Engine.
It’s fast and also looking a lot nicer. Go give it a look. (login:
A user-signup app should be available soon and then we’re going to start
planning some SC work on it. Eventually I’d love to replace lighthouse
with something SC native…
scytacki's capybara-testrunner :
a library which uses capybara to run browser based testing frameworks
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