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npm install isf
|5||downloads in the last week|
|110||downloads in the last month|
|Last Published By|
|Version||0.3.4 last updated 4 days ago|
|Dependencies (6)||stitchw, coffee-script, express, commander, codo, async|
The whole application is wrapped in a Node.JS application that handles specs, browser testing, compiling with Stitch, and a few others.
If you want to see the documentation, you can head over to GitHub's pages and look through. You can try and connect the code to the documentation, after all, it's generated from the source code itself
The Node.JS application
Has a command.js wrapper, so it is very easy to use.
coffee boot coffee boot -s localhost -p 9323 coffee boot -c ../project/src/IS.js coffee boot -c ../project/src/IS.js -w 0.5
And so forth.
The first one sets up an http server on preset variables that compiles the project and feeds the
application.js for you to handle in the console window of the browser (browser testing)
The second one sets up a server on
localhost:9323, just like the previous one (except different variables)
The third one compiles the framework to the file hinted in the argument.
The forth one adds a watch (basically, a timer function), so that every
0.5 seconds it compiles the code to the path specified.