You Put Your Stuff In It!
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npm install yourstuff
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|Version||0.0.6 last updated a year ago|
|Keywords||json, content, management|
|Dependencies (8)||connect, hogan.js, less-middleware, markdown, commander, ncp, mkdirp, objeq|
YourStuff - You Put Your Stuff In It!
YourStuff is a simple Content Management System
I've had the opportunity to work with quite a few content management systems and they all have one thing in common. This one thing they have in common is an important factor in their rate of adoption and ease of use: They All Suck! -- No, that's not fair, they Mostly Suck! That better?
With node.js, of course. (http://nodejs.org)
Step 1: Install the Node Modules
Assuming that you've installed node.js already, the Node Package Manager should now be on your PATH. You'll need to install YourStuff's module dependencies before anything else. You can do this by typing the following command from the YourStuff directory:
Step 2: Start the YourStuff Service
When installed successfully, you can start the YourStuff service by issuing this command:
Step 3: Connect to the YourStuff Service
Point your browser at http://localhost:3000/
Thom Bradford (github/kode4food) is the original author of this here Content Management System.
Licensed under the MIT License - see LICENSE.md