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README.md

Candy Van

Candy Van is an example of a sketchy site on the web that you probably shouldn't trust with your email address.

Okay, but what does it do?

It asks for your email address and then sends you a message. It may or may not provide you with some free, delicious candy.

Dependencies

You'll need node.js to run the server and CoffeeScript to compile it from source.

It also depends on:

You can get both of these by running npm install.

Building

make all

Configuration

Copy the file config.json.dist to config.json, then edit it with your settings and credentials for the outgoing SMTP service. You can use a known service or other SMTP options supported by Nodemailer.

Running

npm start

The site runs on the port specified by environmental variable PORT, or, by default, on port 8254.