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Hastily-built job list for my multi-client, multi-project workflow.
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Update: If you haven't noticed, this is a severely out-of-date project. I'm working on other stuff.

This is a tiny little AngularJS project I've been working on to get the hang of Angular. It's an update list based on a multi-client, multi-project work flow. It's horribly primitive, so please forgive the lack of style, function, etc. It's a work in progress.


There are some requirements to run this little app. I'm working on automating this. Please bear with me.


You'll need Sass to compile the styles. One way to get the compiler is to use the Ruby gem:

gem install sass

Check out Sass's documentation for more info if you need help.

Once installed, cd into the css directory (cd ~/<path-to-folder>/job-tracker/css) and compile the Sass:

sass style.scss output.css


To run this, you must have a PHP server running in the background. In a Linux/Unix environment, in your Terminal, cd into the job tracker directory and type:

php -S localhost:8000

Now you can navigate to localhost:8000 in your browser. I ended up creating a .command file to do this for me. It's more convenient. To do this, create a new file named hotsheet.command and open it in your favorite text editor. Put this code in the file:


cd ~/Projects/job-tracker
php -S localhost:8000

Now all you need to do is double-click this command file to spin up a PHP server.

The first time you edit something, the scripts/writeJSON.php should automatically create the data/ directory to store the hs-data.json file. This is where all of the information is save.

Future Plans

AngularJS Seed App

I plan on converting this project to Angular's seed app. There's a lot of goodness baked into that, including testing and npm install to automatically install dependencies and build out all the files.

RESTful Service

I want to bolt on a RESTful service instead of making a complete file rewrite every single time the data is saved. It's a waste of resources.

Final Words

If you see something that doesn't make sense, please post an issue. I want to make this the best it can be.