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Nancy visual developer

Begging to be developed since everything is so configurable
 
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The possibilities are many with Nancy.

So give us a visual "configurator" which explains everything and gives examples, and installs/uninstalls everything that's needed.

pashute, Jan 18 2015

guilleiguaran/nancy https://github.com/guilleiguaran/nancy
Minimal Ruby microframework for web development inspired in Sinatra and Cuba. [xaviergisz, Jan 18 2015]

Nancy development http://theotherside...nt-in-dot-net-nancy
[pashute, Mar 01 2015]

nancy home page http://nancyfx.org/
[pashute, Mar 01 2015]

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       What are you talking about?
MaxwellBuchanan, Jan 18 2015
  

       I am hoping it is all a salty pun.
bungston, Jan 18 2015
  

       I find myself thinking about Nancy now. The many possibilities. But I could really use a visual configurator.
bungston, Jan 18 2015
  

       I had a really nice roomie named Nancy once.
blissmiss, Jan 18 2015
  

       I have an auntie Nancy who lives in Huddersfield
DenholmRicshaw, Jan 19 2015
  

       Nancy is also a term used for a gay man.
xandram, Jan 21 2015
  

       Actually, this is a reference to an Asian Indian programming language used to program bread making equipment.   

       Naan - C
normzone, Jan 21 2015
  

       Aren't we back at Tom Holt again, oh my mistake Neil Gaiman - Anansi Boys.
not_morrison_rm, Jan 21 2015
  

       Just fork Nancy.
lurch, Jan 23 2015
  

       That's nansty, baby.
bungston, Jan 27 2015
  

       Sorry... I thought every programmer knew about Nancy Framework already. added linx   

       From what I read it seems almost all development is moving towards Domain Driven, Inversion of Control, dependency injected software.   

       I only heard of the terms a few months ago, but found it impossible to advance without understanding these new environments, of fluency (ie. fluent validation), specflow, nServiceBus and the REST of this stuff.
pashute, Mar 01 2015
  

       /every programmer knew /   

       Probably so. For my part, I can type in pontifications here on the HB and maybe program an Excel macro. Any coding abilities were left behind with the Apple II+.   

       I read an article recently about Anonymous.com (the guerrilla activist hacker group) that only about 20% can actually code anything, with the rest being hangers-on of various sorts.
bungston, Mar 01 2015
  
      
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