Welcome to the Famo.us GitHub repo. If you are interested in evaluating Famo.us, we are now in open beta.
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Famo.us University is a free live coding classroom that teaches all levels of developers how to utilize Famo.us to build beautiful experiences on every screen. If you are new to Famo.us or to coding you will find that Famo.us University is the best place to get started.
There are a number of seed projects to get you started with the various ways of consuming Famo.us
This project shows the easiest way to get started with Famo.us, using a version that loads on the global (window) object. This project requires zero tooling, and is ready to work out of the box. For speed and simplicity this seed project points at a version of Famo.us that lives on our CDN (content delivery network). You don't even have to do a git clone, you can get started right away simply by downloading the zip.
This project can be used to get you started using Famo.us with the AMD module loading pattern via RequireJS. This project is created using the latest version of our Yeoman Generator (see below), and includes an entire tooling stack neccessary to bring your product to development.
This project can be used to get you started using Famo.us with the CommonJS module loading pattern with Browserify and npm. This seed project should be treated as experimental, it is for those who want to try and develop client side code using npm.
If you would like to scaffold an app with Famo.us from the command line, install our yeoman generator via npm.
npm install -g yo grunt-cli bower generator-famous mkdir newProject cd newProject yo famous grunt serve
Preparing your project for distribution is then as simple as:
Cloning this repository directly is primarily for those wishing to contribute to our codebase. Check out our contributing instructions to get involved.
Note: cloning only provides the Famo.us folder with all Famo.us code, but it does no application scaffolding. You will additionally need to create your own index.html, and include the
famous.css file that is included in
famous/core. Require.js is currently a hard dependency to work off of the Famo.us head.
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