bower

A 3-post collection

Get Up and Running With Node and Visual Studio

If you’ve decided to immerse yourself in modern web development with JavaScript libraries such as AngularJS, Bootstrap, React, or Knockout then you’ve undoubtedly heard of Bower, NPM, Grunt, Gulp, and Node somewhere along the way. If you’ve been meaning to learn them, then this post should help you get started. There are plenty of articles on the topic but I wanted to take a different approach to talk less about what node does and instead show you. So let’s use node to get an app up and running and then try it in Visual Studio. The Landscape Many developers have lived in their own stack for a long time, and very successfully...


Create an Angular App in Seconds with Hot Towel

Looking for an easy way to kick-start your Angular app development in under a minute? Now you can with HotTowel.Angular, a free NuGet package (and soon to become a Bower package too). What do you get? Let’s take a look … What's Inside? There are a few libraries out of the box that come with HotTowel.Angular. Of course Angular is in here, but there are a few others I bundled into this package as they work very well together and I find myself wanting them in most apps. They help add a bit of style, theming, and helpers. Angular core library Angular's routing module Angular's animation module Twitter Bootstrap for...


Toastr 2.0.1 Released

Toastr 2.0.1 is now released. You can grab it while its hot! This release has several minor bug fixes, CSS tweaks, some JavaScript refactoring, and some new features. Of course there are new unit tests for all of these too. There is 1 breaking change that I felt was in the best interest, which is why this is a new major version. New Ways to Get Toastr Toastr on GitHub Toastr on NuGet using install-package toastr Toastr on Bower Toastr on CDNJS The Toastr demo page is also updated to show off some of the new features, most notably the animations and close button. Note: CDNJS may be up to a few days before it is available there....