Admin Revamp ============
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npm install chameleon-template
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|Dependencies (12)||express, underscore, async, rendr-handlebars, rendr, linklink, request, newrelic, client-sessions, debug, json2csv, underscore.string|
The new Admin site built on https://github.com/edmodo/chameleon.
$ npm install $ npm install -g bower $ bower install $ npm install -g grunt-cli $ grunt server
Modifying the layout file
app/templates is a file named
__layout.default.hbs. During compilation
and/or when you start the server, this file is copied to
you want to modify anything in the layout file, be sure to do it to
__layout.hbs is ignored by git.
But don't modify the path of the assets /mergedAssets.js and /styles.css. If you need to modify these or add new assets, that is done in Gruntfile.js.
- The default topbar is the public version of the Edmodo topbar
- We'll have other topbars for other types of accounts
assets directory with a template index.less file that imports all the
other less files in the node_modules/chameleon/assets directory
It should have all the /auth assets by default && it needs to ask during the chameleon-util creation process if you want auth or not.
By default we should not be requiring the user to authenticate for a chameleon application
We use the Mozilla client-sessions cookie module (sets and encrypts sessions on the client).
We also use Express' session management so traditional testing functionality continues to work.