To download the source code of the website, you'll need to fork this repository. That way, when you make changes you can submit a pull request to update the actual website.
git clone email@example.com:/<YOUR GITHUB USER NAME>/site
$ npm install -g bower
- Gulp - Streaming build manager:
$ npm install -g gulp
Running the Site
The fastest way to get started with the MEAN stack is to clone the project from your forked repo and utilize it like this:
$ npm install $ bower install
Use gulp to start the server:
$ gulp dev
Then open a browser and go to:
Deploying the Site
The deployment scheme for the Owlhacks website is powered by
$ npm install -g forever $ npm install $ bower install
Use gulp to build the assets of the server:
$ gulp clean deploy
Use forever to run the server:
$ sudo forever start index.js
tmux, then setup the githook:
$ tmux $ gulp prod
The site is now running on port 80, and the githook is running on port 4000.
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