Changes between Version 6 and Version 7 of RCLCouchAppArchitecture


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09/21/12 01:08:55 (5 years ago)
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timblack1
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  • RCLCouchAppArchitecture

    v6 v7  
    2020JavaScript in browser/client < --- > database 
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    22 is a CouchApp.  See the following for an explanation of a CouchApp; we're using the Python couchapp script (so all design doc code is broken out into separate files rather than being in just one file) and [http://couchapp.couchone.com/docs/_design/docs/index.html#/topic/evently Evently]. 
     22is a CouchApp.  See the following for an explanation of a CouchApp. 
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    2424http://vimeo.com/26147136#at=23 [[BR]] 
     
    2626http://couchapp.org/page/videos 
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    28 CouchApps and Evently use [http://mustache.github.com/ Mustache] templates.  We're using JQueryUI for widgets, and will probably throw in a CSS framework in the end...we probably should have picked one at the beginning, but didn't.  We've considered using Blueprint, but maybe Bootstrap is the better choice now. Bootstrap's responsive design by default is a great feature. 
     28We're using the Python couchapp script (so all design doc code is broken out into separate files rather than being in just one file) and [http://backbonejs.org/ Backbone.js] to structure the application.  We'll use [http://mustache.github.com/ Mustache] templates.  We're using JQueryUI for widgets, and will probably use Bootstrap for a CSS framework, because Bootstrap's responsive design by default is a great feature. 
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    3030http://bootswatch.com/ indicates Bootstrap might provide at least as much themability as JQueryUI.