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angular-blog

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Preview of Homepage and Admin

HomepageAdmin

Demo

Demo: angular-blog-demo.herokuapp.com

Description

Built using Yeoman and the Angular-FullStack generator. Utilizes the following 'options' from the generator...

  • MongoDB w/ Mongoose ORM
  • OAuth
  • Socket.IO
  • Angular w/ uiRouter instead of ngRoute

PreProcessor Languages

  • Jade
  • Stylus
  • Coffeescript

Features

  • !IMPORTANT - Generalize internal naming and references
  • Nested Comments
  • Admin Password Reset Functionality
  • Add Like to Post
  • Add like to Comments

How to run the project

I. Install the DB

  1. Install Brew (homepage)
  2. Install mongod using this command brew install mongodb
  3. Set permissions to the data directory (if needed) sudo chmod 0755 /data/db
  4. Run mongod mongod

Install Node and Bower Packages

  1. In a terminal window, navigate to the app's folder.
  2. Optional: Run rm -rf node_modules && npm cache clean
  3. Run npm install
  4. Run bower install
  5. Done!

II. Run the app

  1. Run grunt to confirm everything builds correctly. For Unit Test failures; you can add an optional -f to force.
  2. Then run grunt serve to see everything run!
  3. That's it :)

Configuration Details

In order to have the site operate expectedly environment variables are used. These are defined in server > config > environment. You can set local environment variables for testing by creating a 'local.env.js' file within the server > config directory; a sample is available for reference!

On every environment the following ENV_VARS must be set...

  • S3_FOLDER
  • S3_BUCKET
  • S3_KEY
  • S3_SECRET
  • NODE_ENV (must be 'production' outside of local testing)

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