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write an actually readme #140

wookiehangover opened this Issue Jun 25, 2012 · 7 comments


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like, with usage guidelines and examples, etc. the demo links are extremely unhelpful.

Its not a readme, but you can check out my 2 articles on JsRender here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/hh882454.aspx and http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/hh975379.aspx


BorisMoore commented Aug 3, 2012

Not sure about "extremely unhelpful". At any rate, on reaching beta I will be adding not just a readme but full documentation.

samcov commented Aug 8, 2012

Wow, Wookies can be very offensive, LOL!

@johnpapa - Both of those articles were fantastic, and very helpful to me, I'm using jsrender a lot, but Knockout over jsviews right now.

@BorisMoore - The primary reason I looked at this thread was in a quest to see how close to Beta you were, and it sounds like you're very close. That's good news... thanks!


BorisMoore commented Aug 8, 2012

Thanks samcov. Yes, John's articles (and also his Pluralsight training) are really good.
For Beta, I updated the readme to give a bit of context on that. For JsRender it can be pretty much considered beta now (but see the readme comment). I'm doing a lot of work going on taking JsViews to what it will be for Beta, but making very good progress...

pedz commented Sep 8, 2012

Note to others about the sample demos: you need to "view source" so that you can see the code. Also, I've found the best way to grok them is to scroll to the bottom and work your way back up. Usually the end will be the main driving part which will call a template, which calls --- etc.



BorisMoore commented Sep 8, 2012

Yes, and you can also see the source by browsing under the demos folder here https://github.com/BorisMoore/jsrender, or here for JsViews: https://github.com/BorisMoore/jsviews.


BorisMoore commented Oct 8, 2013

There is now a whole documentation site here: http://www.jsviews.com. Closing this issue...

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