Pageguide x Bower
by January 22, 2014

Filed under: Application Performance Management, Performance Management Tech

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What happens when you take Pageguide, our open source interactive visual guide to elements on web pages and combine it with Bower, a package manager for the web?

$ bower install pageguide

Oh yeah!

For the unfamiliar, Bower is a package manager for client-side libraries, assets, and frameworks. Bower isn’t just for JavaScript libraries, but you can also find a large offering of other components (stylesheets, images, fonts, etc) neatly packaged in its repository. Check out the tutorial for installing and using Bower.

When getting started with Pageguide, you now have the following options:

  • Install with Bower: bower install pageguide
  • Clone the repo: git clone git@github.com:tracelytics/pageguide.git
  • Download the latest release

What will you build?

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