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Companies and teams come in all shapes and sizes and often the responsibility of approving leave requests needs to be handled by multiple people. The difficulty with this lies in the potential for cross-wires, for example Joe might have denied a request but Paul said it was ok to take the time off, or Paul might have approved a request and so has Joe, is that a double booking…? What if you need to cancel, do you have to tell them both?

We aim to solve this problem with LeeveBot and in this post I’ll take you through the approval process step by step. In this scenario Jane is requesting leave and her team has two approvers Paul and Joe. …


Update: We’ve moved our development roadmap to GitHub here: https://github.com/NoDivide/astrum/projects/2

It’s been just over 6 weeks since we introduced Astrum to the world and your feedback has been amazing. We’re actually starting to see a community come together around the platform and the fact that your helping each other with technical queries and general questions is more than we hoped for.

We’ve just released an update which includes a new feature - the facility to disabled code samples for components and just show the rendered preview - developed by Daniel R. …


A lightweight pattern library for any web project.

Today we’re releasing Astrum, a lightweight pattern library designed to be included with any web project. It’s open-source, released under MIT license, so we hope you’ll take it out for a spin and let us know what you think. Maybe you’d even like to contribute to the project yourself?

We’ve been working on Astrum for a few months here at No Divide and it was originally just going to be an internal tool to scratch our own itch in terms of providing a pattern library solution for our clients. …

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Ryan Taylor

Technical Director at @nodivide, creator of @leeve_app & @getastrum. Author of Version Control with Git (https://gumroad.com/l/rXch). Husband & father.

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