Recently Anthony Scoleri from 7-ym presented at PMoz ("Project Management Transformation - Strategies and Technology Tools for Next- Gen: Will they live up to the Hype?"). As part of the presentation he provided a product demonstration of iiDashe, a mobile/tablet project management solution development in partnership with YY Digital. This post will look at the some of the technologies used and the impact it has had on one enterprise that adopted iiDashe.
At the recent tiConf US, Tony Lukasavage mentioned that I built an
alloy.jmk file so that you can use Jade
That is the blog
post to get
He admitted that he never used Jade and only knew about conditionals.
Hearing that I thought it was high time for a post on the real benefits of using Jade with Alloy.
Tony, this one's for you.
A new feature of TiShadow is the
tishadow appify command. It allows
you to build a stand-alone application that runs on TiShadow. To the
user it looks like an ordinary application. When the app launches it
automatically connects to a preconfigured TiShadow server so you can
push updates and run any of the other commands (repl, spec, etc). In
short it provides you with a different way of controlling and managing
your test builds.
By now readers are already pretty familiar with Alloy and TiShadow. Recently there has been a bit of a discussion about how to test Alloy apps. Aaron Saunder shared a slideshare that runs through testing Alloy apps using behave.js. It is a worthwhile read.
What people might not know is that you can already use TiShadow not only to quickly deploy Alloy apps, but run Jasmine specs simply and without writing a test harness or any modifications to your Alloy app.