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Divide & Conquer complex web apps
Divide & Conquer complex web apps

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For a recent hack day +Andy Berry and +Phil Leggetter decided to add opt-in anonymous usage tracking to the #BladeRunnerJS toolkit. They used +Keen IO to capture, analyse and visualise the statistics, and +Pusher to add realtime updates to BladeRunnerJS dashboard app they built.

Find out much more about the hack day and how the captured data can help the BladeRunnerJS open source project.

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Using AngularJS with BladeRunnerJS http://buff.ly/1sp2pW2

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BladeRunnerJS (BRJS) v0.12 represents the first release that contains some significant improvements that are focused on making it much easier for everybody to get started using BRJS. Read more to find out about the intuitive app structure, static file deployment, API Docs and AngularJS tutorial.

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The +BladeRunnerJS team at Scotch on the Rocks 2014.

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Most web app development environments and toolsets treat an app as a bunch of files. The files are initially created using scaffolding tools such as +Yeoman and then built and deployed with the likes of #Grunt, #Gulp and #Broccoli. These stitch together tools like file-watchers, CSS compilers, JavaScript compressors like Uglify/Closure etc. BladeRunnerJS takes a radically different approach - implementing a rich domain model for a web app. Find out why...

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+Andy Berry manning our booth at #ScotlandJS  
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We've had a super busy couple of weeks. First we ran a workshop at +Barcelona Future JS - then we gave a talk. Next we manned a booth and spoke at #ScotlandJS . To top it all off we've just released v0.8.

Well done team! 

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Really like the new +BladeRunnerJS transparent stickers. Thanks to http://www.stickersthatstick.co.uk/ for the great service and fantastic product.
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Why the Ghost blogging platform decided #EmberJS was the most productive tool for them. And how it resonates with our focus on developer productivity.
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