a dynamic markdown-based weblog
Dilated is a blog written for node.js. See a live example at dilated.cc. It's modeled after Kroc Camen's amazing blog. (It more or less strives to be a faithful port of it.) It's very lightweight: articles are stored as flat files (in markdown format with JSON metadata). It polls the filesystem to build an index of posts and check for new/deleted ones.
This blog was specifically written for myself. The markup and design are very
specific to my own site. The markup follows the same philosophy of camendesign:
there are no
@classes used purely for the sake of CSS - instead,
selectors are used to their full potential. The css does not cater to terrible
The code is somewhat narrow in what it was designed for. If you want to use this blog yourself, be prepared to make a few changes. This is a project of mine that will remain an indefinite work in progress.
# Start and background dilated:$ dilated -b
var dilated = require'dilated';var conf = dilatedconfigreadConfigapp = dilatedcreateServerconf;applisten;
var dilated = require'dilated';var conf = dilatedconfigreadConfigapp = dilatedcreateServerconf;appserveron'request'// ...return apphandlereq res;;appserverlistenappconfport appconfhostname;
var dilated = require'dilated';var conf = dilatedconfigreadConfigapp;confwebRoot = '/blog';app = dilatedcreateServerconf;realAppuse'/blog' app;
If you contribute code to this project, you are implicitly allowing your code
to be distributed under the MIT license. You are also implicitly verifying that
all code is your original work.
Copyright (c) 2011-2014, Christopher Jeffrey. (MIT License)
See LICENSE for more info.