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SproutCore Web Application Development by Tyler Keating

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Building and deploying apps

Now that we've gone through every step from creating an app to testing it, we're ready to actually deploy our work. This is quite easily done with SproutCore's build tools, you just need to have an understanding of what a built and deployed SproutCore app really is. Remember, SproutCore apps are just static files that run in the client. There is no need for a special app server, any web server will do.

First off, when we work on the app in "debug" mode (that is, locally), we have code and styles split across several files that are served individually to the browser using a development server, sproutcore server. But when we are ready to deploy the app, we want to build it in "production" mode so that it can be properly ...

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