For now, this is a space to mention status updates.
|November 3, 2018|
The first full release is available on the Downloads page! Along with:
|October 19, 2018|
A pretty big update has just been published - try out the demo on the home page to see it in action!
There are 2 primary changes:
Also, a small home page redesign to make it a little friendlier :)
Coming up, work will begin on auto-refreshing views for more effective collaboration, as well as long-term API tokens. Also formulating a plan to add attributes to API objects for better handling of complex data types in client libraries.
|September 28, 2018|
|September 3, 2018|
The Brisa Docs have been updated further, with at least a blurb in each section.
|August 31, 2018|
The Brisa Docs section of the website is started!
After having some trouble with GitHub wiki formatting, I decided to host the docs on the site for now. A few sections are coming soon: User, Administration, API, and Developers.
|August 29, 2018|
The Brisa backend code is live on GitHub as well now!
The setup process is pretty difficult and poorly documented, but it will be cleaned up over time.
|August 25, 2018|
The Brisa frontend code is live on GitHub!
I spent some time cleaning up the code (there's still plenty to do) so it is presentable, and made sure it's quick and painless to get the development environment setup.
Next up, improving the documentation, converting the backend to Ruby on Rails so it's ready for release, and adding Feedback tools to the website and Brisa preview.
|August 24, 2018||
Launched the website! Creating a home for Brisa to allow people to learn more and try it out.
I started Brisa because I wanted a tool that would make it quick and easy to make notes, organize them, and build on my ideas.
I've worked on quite a few projects over the last few years, but decided to open source this one with the hope that others would find it useful, and could use it freely or build on it.