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README.md

Proverb Build Status

Proverb is a simple app that stores the wise sayings of sages. This is a collection of variations upon a the proverb theme. Different versions of "Proverb" built using different technologies and techniques for kicks and giggles. It's a playground for me.

This repository is using the following technologies:

  • ASP.Net Web API 2.2
  • Entity Framework 6.1.1 Code First
  • TypeScript 1.3
  • AngularJS 1.3
  • SQL Server 2008 R2

The focus of this repository is swapping out Web Optimization and using GulpJS to generate minified assets.

Getting Started

You need to install node and npm. Once you've done that you'll need to install Gulp globally at the command line:

install npm -g gulp

Inside the Proverb.Web folder you'll need to install the node packages that Gulp uses, to do that just type:

npm install

In order that you can run your GulpJS build tasks. If you want to use the Visual Studio Task Runner then you can find it here. But you could just use the command line inside the Proverb.Web folder like this:

gulp

Licence

Copyright © 2014 John Reilly. This project is licensed under the MIT license.