Bedrock, AJAX and HTTP Status Codes

Using Bedrock to create AJAX components is trivial. Name your Bedrock file with a .jroc extension and return your result.

<var --json $result>

Can it get any easier? I just created a wiki page that shows how Bedrock handles exceptions for application/json files you serve up using Bedrock. I also describe how you can customize the HTTP status code that Bedrock returns to the browser.

http://twiki.openbedrock.net/tw…

OpenBedrock Moves to GitHub

I've moved the development repo for OpenBedrock to GitHub.

http://openbedrock.blogspot.com/2013/12/openbedrock-moving-to-github.html

For the last dozen years or so the code base has been parked in a CVS repository. As I have been resurrecting the Bedrock project, I decided it might be a good idea to explore a different VCS. Although, CVS has been adequate, a move to GitHub marks (at least in my mind) a move toward a more modern approach to poss…

Chromebook - Acer C720 Day 12

...in which I attempt to hold a webinar with AnyMeeting.

http://openbedrock.blogspot.com/2013/12/chromebook-acer-c720-day-12.html

Chromebook - Acer C720 Day 10

More successes using the Chromebook...still no resolution of the VPN issue.

http://openbedrock.blogspot.com/2013/12/chromebook-acer-c720-day-10.htm

Continuous Integration

The term continuous integration has gotten a lot of play lately, especially in the startup space. Ultra-lean organizations are doing CI all the time, however as my project grows, the build grows hair, and as my infrastructure becomes more well defined, I'm going to want a way to efficiently implement CI.

We use CVS (yes I know it's a stone age tool), aside from recommendations to get on git and use Jenkins, does anyone have any recommendations for a light weight CI environment?

I know I can spend an afternoon and roll something crude using CVS hooks but wondered if this is …