A tool for tracking your variables as they change
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npm install bartleby
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|Version||0.0.2 last updated 4 months ago|
|Dependencies (7)||coffee-script, optimist, redis, coffee-middleware, socket.io, express, jade|
In order to use Bartleby, you need to have Redis installed and running. View http://redis.io/ for more information about how to install it.
Since it is written in Node.js, Node.js and NPM must both be installed. These can be downloaded at http://nodejs.org/download/.
Bartleby can then be installed with the command
npm install bartleby -g
To check that the Bartleby installation was successful, try running:
bartleby to start the Bartleby server.
localhost:3700 to view the site.
You also need to install a client library for your language in order to use this. These are currently a WIP, but should be out soon. If you'd like to immediately add this to your Ruby on Rails app, take a look at Bartleby-Rails
We currently have libraries written in Python and Ruby, along with some examples.
Watch my demo