Divide & conquer complex web apps
The best way to get started depends on why you're here.
- I want to build an application with BRJS.
- I want to learn more about BRJS.
- I'm already familiar with BRJS and want to write a plugin.
- I'd like to get the core BRJS development environment set up.
The main documentation for BRJS can be found via http://bladerunnerjs.org/docs. The source code for the documentation can be found via https://github.com/BladeRunnerJS/brjs-site so if you find any error or have any suggestions please submit a pull request.
API reference guides are coming soon.
BRJS Core Toolkit Development
If you are interested in contributing to the BRJS core toolkit then the following information is of use.
How to build BRJS
Get the code
git clone email@example.com:BladeRunnerJS/brjs.git cd brjs
BRJS is written and compiled using Java 8. Before running the build you will need to do the following:
- Install Java 8 JDKs.
JAVA_HOMEto point to the Java 8 JDK home directory, as you prefer.
- Configure the
pathenvironment variable to include
If you install Java using the Windows installer than it places a 'java' executable in 'C:\windows\system32' that proxies to the most recently installed version of Java. You will either need to install your preferred implementation of Java last, or ensure that the path to the Java 'bin' directory appears before 'C:\windows\system32'.
Build a Distributable Zip
From the root
brjs source directory:
$ ./gradlew brjs-sdk:distZip
The built zip file will be found in
BRJS_ROOT/brjs-sdk/build/distributions/ in the format