Captain.js is simple, yet powerful blog engine for node.js. It's extensible, fast and features a RESTful API with smart content negotiation.
With node installed (download), you will need the
$ sudo npm install captain -g
Then you will need to create a new project
$ captain init myblog
Follow the instructions, and finally:
$ cd myblog $ captain run
The default port for Captain is 3000. If you visit http://localhost:3000 you will see the welcome page.
Dependencies and Compatibility
- node.js >= 0.6
- postgreSQL > 8
Note: Captain have not been tested on windows, and may not work properly
The MIT License
Copyright (c) 2013 Samori gorse firstname.lastname@example.org
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