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Give us feedback on the Anahita 4.1 Readme file

I disagree with #Nooku tribe. Seamless continuity of information is far more important than the length of a page. For those who struggle with understanding/comprehension yet strongly desire the knowledge being presented, they will scroll more wantonly, than 'click' to something that may or may not present further complications, and in the end, may click away from their project and Anahita...per...
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Rastin Mehr

  • April 25 2015
So the #Nooku team found a way to provide community access to the Nooku Tribe. Must provide slack access to the Anahita tribe as well.
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Rastin Mehr

Been reading #AngularJS docs and tutorials. Really impressive indeed, but quite likely we won't be using it in #Anahita until we get rid of all the legacy #Joomla code and upgrade to #Nooku 2.0
Andrea Torre

Andrea Torre

Bootstrap it is

Hi, a couple of thoughts.  1. "The first thing devs do is trying to customize the UX". In my experience, one of the reasons of that is the attempt to use Anahita at the #framework level in order to build #SaaS platforms along with their mobile clients (Apps).After all, this is quite coherent with the original Anahita vision to be a #framework on which to build web applications more than a "f...

Give us feedback on the Anahita 4.1 Readme file

The feedback from the #Nooku tribe was that it is too long. So I am going to move some of the portions to wiki pages and then link to them from the readme file. Yes the gifs were fun to make

Upgrade from 3.0.3 to 4.0.1

In this case we need to patch the existing #Nooku code, because it seems to throw a notice with new versions of PHP. Is anybody interested to take on this issue? You can do a pull request to the master branch afterwards.
Rastin Mehr

Rastin Mehr

Bootstrap it is

Andrea it is true that devs use Anahita as the RESTful backend, but in the mean time they want to spend as little as possible having a mobile-web version of the back-end avialable and Bootstrap is a lot more affordable in this case. For example: In some cases in our company once the native mobile app and Anahita back-end were launched, the Client asked for a web version of the service too, with...
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Rastin Mehr

  • November 01 2014
Home sweet home, although I am getting a #NookuJam14 withdrawal. What an intellectually satisfying event it was and what a great crowd. #nooku
Rastin Mehr

Rastin Mehr

Prize for the best talk

I was given the prize for the best talk "Connecting The Dots" at #NookuJam14 thank you #nooku tribe I feel so honoured. #Anahita @rastin

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