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At Scotch on the Rocks (http://sotr.eu) the sponsors were given a chance to talk about their products. These are the slides that I used to talk about BladeRunnerJS - the developer toolkit focusing on ...

At Scotch on the Rocks (http://sotr.eu) the sponsors were given a chance to talk about their products. These are the slides that I used to talk about BladeRunnerJS - the developer toolkit focusing on providing modular workflow and application structure to help you built complex HTML5 Single Page Apps.

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BladeRunnerJS Show & Tell Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Show & Tell 2014
  • 2. Phil @leggetter phil@leggetter.co.uk Caplin Systems !
  • 3. • Open Source Developer Toolkit written in Java • Modular + Extensible • Provides developer workflow and app structure, similar to: • Yeoman + Grunt + Broccoli + Browserify + basic app Architecture + optional Micro-libraries • New concepts: Blades + Workbenches • Not a replacement for Angular, Ember, Web Components…
  • 4. Caplin Trader
  • 5. Large HTML5 SPAs • ~1,500 JavaScript files • ~250,000 LoC • ~120,000 test LoC • HTML Templates • CSS • Images • i18n • Config
  • 6. Contributors The Human Factor
  • 7. Blades
  • 8. /assets /feature-name
  • 9. Phil @leggetter phil@leggetter.co.uk Caplin Systems ! ! ! @BladeRunnerJS bladerunnerjs.org