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README.md

8 Bit Omaha

Steps for install

  1. npm install from this directory.

  2. bower install

  3. gem install compass

  4. grunt to build or grunt server for a quick local server.

  5. after building serve up \dist. run node server to receive the contact for if you so choose.

What in the eff is this?

One of GoodTwin's designers started drawing eight bits of friends as a stress reliever / creative mental exercise. We thought they were insteresting art. So we decided to whip up a site using all parts of yeoman as a simple proof of concept around the workflow.

Tech stack

  • MongoDB
  • Node
  • Express
  • Angular
  • RequireJS
  • Grunticon for generating SVG fallbacks

So the meanr stack? nearmg stack? gremna stack?

What can I learn from this?

Check out the Grunfile.js to see the goodness of this project. The Gruntfile.js created by the scaffolding is a great starting point for making sure you are completing the right build tasks for any web development project.

The basics of the setup:

  • Got the app rolling quickly with yo angular
  • Added in grunt-bower-requirejs to easily incorporate components pulled in with bower into the require.js paths config. Modified GruntFile.js accordingly
  • Added grunticon for handling SVG images with appropriate fallbacks.
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