0 Replies Latest reply: Apr 4, 2012 7:43 PM by Dan Allen RSS

    Announcing arquillian.org

    Dan Allen Master

      In case you haven't heard, I want to let you know that Arquillian has a new website, arquillian.org. This website is is a companion to the jboss.org/arquillian website.

       

      You can read about the new website and its purpose in the blog entry arquillian.org: The Bridge of the Arquillian Project.

       

      I'll summarize the list of features and benefits here:

       

      • All content managed in git and hosted on Github
      • Baked with Awestruct, a static site generator
      • A data curating pipeline written in Ruby (JRuby) as Awestruct extensions
      • Pages written in Haml (with a mix of Textile)
      • Easy to read, step-by-step guides (written in Textile, changelog retrieved via git)
      • Blogs written in Textile (or Markdown)
      • Guest blogs and improvements integrated via pull requests
      • Layout and components built on Twitter Bootstrap and jQuery
      • CSS3 goodness and cross-browser support compiled by SASS
      • Designed to be responsive for mobile phones and tablets (give it a try!)
      • Module, release and commit information mined from git repositories
      • Auto-generated, in-depth blog entry plus custom notes for each release (example)
      • Detailed summary page for each module (repository, versions, dependencies, contributors, etc)
      • Contributor information backed by Github and Gravatar
      • Dynamic information retrieved via json-p (tunneled through jgfeed when necessary)
      • Upcoming talks on Arquillian syndicated from Lanyrd
      • Blogs and articles about Arquillian syndicated from Diigo
      • Under the watchful eye of Ike (as you can see in the upper-left hand corner)

       

      If you are curious about more details, check out the Information Architecture page I drafted on the wiki about the site.

       

      The website is released under a Creative Common license. You are welcome to fork the website and hack on it to make improvements. Take a look at the README if you want to build the site locally.

       

      Enjoy!