$ npm install blog.md
Create a directory and fill it with your markdown posts. You're free to organise the directory however you see fit.
Here's an example post
title: My Awesome Postdate: 2013-05-25category: FoobarThis is the post body. It's written in [markdown](), **cool**.
A few things to note
var Blog = Blog;var blog = __dirname + '/blog';blog;
That's it. The library automatically detects updates to your posts (using
blog.post(slug) - Select a post by its unique slug
var post = blog;
blog.select(options) - Select multiple posts. The options object can contain a mongodb-style query and a limit and/or offset for pagination. Posts are always sorted by date descending unless the random flag is specified.
var posts = blog;
$ make check
Test verbosity can be increased by using
V=1 make check
$ make coverage
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