A lightweight, node.js/express server for Open Web Apps.
First, you'll want
npm installed. See
nodejs.org for more information.
You can download a zip of sutthisan and use it as your app template. You can
also do a git checkout then delete the
.git folder so you don't have its
history polluting your own.
npm install to install the required npm packages.
If you plan on using redis you'll need that installed on your system, obviously.
git clone https://github.com/tofumatt/sutthisan.git cd sutthisan rm -rf .git git init npm install node app.js
You'll likely want to rename the app folder, of course.
Continuous integration tests for sutthisan are run on the awesome Travis CI:
It's pronounced "Sue tae san".
It's named after สุทธิสาร (Sutthisan), my old MRT station in Bangkok. I just like the name and the sound of the word.
You can even see it on Google Maps!