Mini MVP skeleton usable in Amber Smalltalk,
for both `silk/Silk` and `amber/web/Web`.

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README.md

Amber Mini MVP

Minimalistic presenter glue for Amber, usable w/ Silk and Web.

Use MiniMVP library in your project

If not already done, install Amber and create an Amber project with amber init, as shown in Amber Instructions.

In a project, run

npm install mini-mvp --save
grunt devel
amber serve

Go to http://localhost:4000/ in your browser and in all packages that use MiniMVP, add 'mini-mvp/MiniMVP' to the package imports, save the change and commit the package. Reload.

Contributing

  1. Have amber cli tooling installed. If you don't, see first box in these instructions.

  2. Fork and/or clone the project, then bring it alive by: npm run init.

  3. Developing the project: Start server with amber serve and go to http://localhost:4000/ in your browser. Overlay with buttons to open IDE should appear shortly.