A burnchart-centric project management tool.
See it in action at http://bruz.github.com/burninator
Point an HTTP server capable of serving static content (Apache, Nginx, etc.) at the public folder. The application uses Parse as the datastore so there's no need to run a separate back-end server.
This project uses Brunch for asset compilation and serving during development and to build for deployment.
- Install Node.js
- Install Node Package Manager - if you installed Node.js with the Windows or OS X installer this should have been included
npm install brunch
In the project root run this to install the necessary Node.js packages:
Start the Brunch server:
brunch watch --server
Building for deployment
Build the project with minified JS and CSS assets:
brunch build -m
The deployment assets will now be in the public folder.
- jQuery 1.7.2
- Backbone 0.9.2
- Underscore 1.3.1
- HTML5Boilerplate 3.0.3
- Twitter Bootstrap 2.0.4
- Morris.js 0.2.9
- Raphael 2.10
- Parse 1.0.3
- Date.js 1.0-apha1