Meaningful skeleton for just kicked up ATK14 application.
Check out http://skelet.atk14.net/ to see the skelet running.
What the Skeleton contains
- User registrations
- Password recoveries
- Articles (news)
- A simple administration
- Front-end tooling including Bower, Gulp and BrowserSync
git clone https://github.com/atk14/Atk14Skelet.git cd Atk14Skelet git submodule init git submodule update ./scripts/create_database ./scripts/migrate
If you are experiencing a trouble make sure that all requirements are met: http://book.atk14.net/czech/installation%3Arequirements/
Installing optional 3rd party libraries
If you don't have the Composer installed, visit http://www.getcomposer.org/
Starting the skeleton
Start the development server
and you may find the running skeleton on http://localhost:8000/
Installing the skeleton as a virtual host on Apache web server
This is optional step. If you have Apache installed, you may want to install the application to a virtual server.
./scripts/virtual_host_configuration -f sudo service apache2 reload chmod 777 tmp log
Visit http://atk14skelet.localhost/. Is it running? Great!
If you have a trouble run the following command and follow instructions.
Front-end Assets Installation
With Node.js and npm installed, run the following one liner from the root of your Skelet application:
$ npm install -g gulp && npm install -g bower && npm install && bower install
This will install all the tools you will need to serve and build your front-end assets.
Run initial build
Run initial Gulp build process for presentation and admininstration.
$ gulp && gulp admin
Serve / watch
$ gulp serve
This outputs an IP address you can use to locally test and another that can be used on devices connected to your network.
You're done! Happy skeleting!
Don't forget to list your new project on http://www.atk14sites.net/