hi_score 1.3 released
The full life-cycle starter project for SPAs just got a lot better
hi_score is a full-lifecycle starter project for web application client development. It embodies best (or at least pretty-darn-good) practices accumulated from over 20 years of continuous web development experience for every stage of deveplment.
hi_score embraces the feature-module (or “web component”) design pattern, so it should work well with React or Vue.js projects.
So what’s changed?
We just released Version 1.3.x which is a huge ugrade from 1.2.x.
- We now offer a ready-made a virtual appliance so setup could hardly be easier.
- Added a universal
xhitool which automates almost every stage of development.
xhidependency checking ensures all prerequisites are met before attempting to run a lifecycle stage. This elimitates all sorts of silly mistakes.
- The build system (
xhi build) now creates a unique build directory for each
gitcommit. Coverage reports, metadata, and a distribution directory are included in each build number. This facilitates deployments, debugging, and rollbacks. The most recent build is always linked to
- Cleaned-up the
js/xhibrowser libraries. JSLint is now configured centrally in
config/jslint.conf. And some tests that broke across timezones are now fixed.
Check it out
Installation is trivial once the development environment is ready. Just open a terminal and paste three lines:
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:mmikowski/hi_score.git cd hi_score; export PATH=`pwd`/bin:$PATH; xhi build && google-chrome build/latest/dist/ex0*.html
Please check out hi_score for complete details. Feedback and advice is much appreciated!