yo landmark will scaffold a new LandmarkJS project for you, and offer to set up blog, gallery, and enquiry (contact form) models + views.
First up, you'll need Node.js >= 0.10.x and MongoDB >= 2.4.x installed. If you don't have them, follow the Dependencies instructions below.
Then, install the Landmark generator:
$ npm install -g generator-landmark
If you see errors, check the problems section below.
With the generator installed, create an empty directory for your new LandmarkJS Project, and run
yo landmark in it:
$ mkdir myproject $ cd myproject $ yo landmark
The generator will ask you a few questions about which features to include, then prompt you for Cloudinary and Mandrill account details.
These accounts are optional, but Cloudinary is used to host the images for the blog and gallery templates. You can get a free account for each at:
- Cloudinary - Image serving and management in the cloud
- Mandrill - Transactional email service by Mailchimp
When you've got your new project, check out the LandmarkJS Documentation to learn more about how to get started with LandmarkJS.
ERR! Please try running this command again as root/Administrator.
npm install -g generator-landmark, you may get an EACCES error asking you to run the command again as root/Administrator. This indicates that there is a permissions issue.
On your development system you can change directory ownership to the current $USER so you do not have to run
sudo while installing untrusted code:
sudo chown -R $USER /usr/local # Other directories may be required depending on your O/S sudo chown -R $USER /usr/lib/node_modules/
For a production/shared environment you may wish to re-run the
npm command with the
sudo npm install -g generator-landmark
For more information, see the "What, no sudo?" of the Intro to npm by Isaac Schulueter.
What do you mean it couldn't find my Database?
By default, LandmarkJS will look for a MongoDB server running on
localhost on the default port, and connect to it. If you're getting errors related to the MongoDB connection, make sure your MongoDB server is running.
If you haven't installed MongoDB yet, follow the instructions below.
To connect to a server other than
localhost, add a
MONGO_URI setting to the
.env file in your Landmark project directory:
Download and install the node.js binaries for your platform from the Node.js download page.
If you're on a mac, the easiest way to install MongoDB is to use the homebrew package manager for OS X. To install it, run this in your terminal:
ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.github.com/Homebrew/homebrew/go/install)"
With Homebrew installed, run this in your terminal to download and install MongoDB:
For other platforms, see the MongoDB installation guides.
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