#1 By: Toby, October 25th, 2013 15:43
Tell everyone what your development stack is! From your client-side framework all the way down to the database and the OS.
#2 By: Zedd45, October 25th, 2013 17:59
Server: Scala 2.10.2 + SBT 0.13 + Play!Framework 2.1.x MySQL for some projects, Mongo for others, Less 1.5 via grunt-contrib-less
Client: jQuery, Backbone 1.0.0, (Marionette soon?) BootStrap 2 (converting to 3), require js
Bower + Grunt = magic
Server: Node JS 0.10.21 + Express JS (latest) + Jade or Handlebars + Stylus latest or Less 1.5+, want to try couch or redis next
Client: I'd like to try Angular on the next project, but I still like Backbone & of course require
Bower + Grunt = still magic
#3 By: Toby, October 25th, 2013 21:57
You use bower with require.js? Curious how you config your require.js.
#4 By: Joshua Lunsford, October 27th, 2013 12:04
IDE's: Visual Studio 2012(working on the transition to 2013), PowerGUI, WebStorm 7.0
Recent work server: .NET 4.5, WebApi, EFCF, SQL 2008, Powershell 3.0
Side project server: Node.js, Mongo(Mongoose), Underscore, Async, Express or Restify depending
Client: Require, Marionette, Underscore, Bootstrap, jQuery 1.10, Less
Work Build: InstallShield, WiX, TFS wizardry
Side project builds: I write shell scripts for automated tasks
Currently, i'm playing around with Redis to be used as a messageBus, it's competing with ZeroMQ or NanoMsg(though still infant).
Three.js is a constant hobby of mine. Just waiting for WebGL to gain better traction.
#5 By: Aleksey Vitebskiy, October 28th, 2013 10:42
At work it's Visual Studio 2012 / WebStorm 7/ Sublime Text, IIS 7.0, SQL Server 2008R2. As far as frameworks it's a veritable history lesson on MS-based UI frameworks MFC, WPF, Classic ASP, ASP.NET, MVC, and now WebAPI serving JSON. On the front end it was ASP, then MVC, and now it's ExtJS.
At home, I primarily use PyCharm and Sublime Text, usually from Ubuntu. I'm playing around with Python back-end frameworks (Django/Pyramid) and AngularJS.
#6 By: Anuj Shah, October 28th, 2013 11:07
Server: Node.js (and a bunch of npm modules), MongoDB, Neo4J, ElasticSearch, Redis, ImageMagick, Proprietary libs for ODM, Socket.IO
Build: Grunt, Bower, Google Closure, Istanbul
Test: Mocha, Jasmine
#7 By: cgspicer, November 1st, 2013 13:59
IDE: Coda2, codepen.io
Server: typically a generic LAMP stack (although, I have played with Node.js, just haven't had any gigs that need it)
Client (varies): Foundation 4, Compass (SASS), HAML, jQuery and friends, Angular, Jekyll
CMS (when needed): Magento and Wordpress
#8 By: Terence Fernandes, November 6th, 2013 12:30
IDE: SublimeText, NetBeans
Server: NIX: MySQL, Oracle
Server: Win: ASP, MSSQL
Frameworks: KendoUI/Mobile, Bootstrap,Underscore,Moment
Needs:: Investigate - Learn - Deploy:
- User Authentication Framework for Mobile (Best model)
- PHP Data Abstraction
- Local Storage with data sync
#9 By: Callpri, April 7th, 2017 05:54
My favorite free IDE is Codelobster