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This app will demonstrate how you could make use of styles, widgets, events and jquery within kanso (http://kan.so). In short: Give Kanso-CRUD some colors, more action and a nicer GUI. It is based on the minimalistic CRUD App that shows how operations on CouchDB are made with the Kanso Framework. You can find it on https://github.com/descartes1/Kanso-CRUD /* Short guide to make things running */ 0. Things you have should done before: - Installed CouchDB - Installed Kanso 1. Go to https://github.com/descartes1/Kanso-CRUD-GUI 2. Download the source to your PC 3. Extract the archive you downloaded before 4. You now should see a folder thats named something like "descartes1-Kanso-CRUD-GUI-XYZ123" 5. Rename the folder to Kanso-CRUD-GUI Your folder structure should now looks like Kanso-CRUD-GUI (folder) | |-lib (folder) |-static (folder) |-templates (folder) |-kanso.json (file) |-README (file) 6. Open a shell/termial 7. "cd" into the Kanso-CRUD-GUI folder, eg. "cd ./Kanso-CRUD-GUI" 8. Execute "kanso install" You now should have a additional folder "packages" in your Kanso-CRUD folder. 9. Execute " kanso push http://yourdbuser:yourdbpass@localhost:5984/kcgui ". Make sure, that your user has admin rights. If you don't have a databaseuser yet, you're probably in "Admin Party"-mode. If there is no database named kcgui in couchdb, it will be generated for you by kanso. 10. Go to http://localhost:5984/kcgui/_design/kcgui/_rewrite/ and enjoy.