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Jungles CMS - Tutorial

In this tutorial you'll learn how to setup your own basic portfolio site using Jungles CMS. For this tutorial you'll need to know Node.js, NPM and Express.js. The code for this tutorial can be found in the /code directory.

Since most of the Jungles parts are sub-apps, middleware and modules it's really easy to include it in an already existing Node.js HTTP server application.

Need help or want to help?

If you need help or want to help, discovered bugs, typos or random weirdness don't hesitate and contact me:

Demo

You can find the back-end here. The front-end depends on the content, if there is a content item named Projects than you can find it at /projects.

Structure

Jungles stores it's data inside a hierarchical tree so before starting on our project it's recommended to have some sort of blueprint on how our tree is going to be structured.

- Root
-- Projects (list)
--- Project-01 (detail)
--- Project-02 (detail)
--- Project-03 (detail)
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