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gnome

A Simple Embeddable Blog Framework Built on Node.js and Express.js

gnome - A Simple Embeddable Node.js Blog Framework Built on Express.js and MongoDB

You can easily drop gnome into your project through the package manager.

$ npm install gnome

You can easily integrate gnome into your express.js project.

// Set up express 
var express = require('express');
var app = express();
 
// Set up server homepage 
app.get('/', function(reqres) {
res.send('Yeah');
});
 
// Import gnome 
var gnome = require('gnome');
 
// Send in the express app 
gnome.setExpress(app);
 
// Send in the mongodb uri 
gnome.setMongoURI('mongodb://[username:password@]host1[:port1][,host2[:port2],...[,hostN[:portN]]][/[database][?options]]');
 
// Initialize the blog api 
gnome.initBlog();
 
// Listen 
app.listen(8000);
console.log('Listening on port 8000');

There is a client side js file that can be called via HTML. (It is dependent on jQuery)

<script src="jquery.min.js"></script>
<script src="gnome/gnomeclient.js"></script>
<script src="yourjavascript.js"></script>

There are several jQuery extensions now availible.

// Create a post 
var post = {
title: "How To Use Node.js",
author: "NodeNinja",
body: "BLAHBLAHBLAH",
tags: ['tutorials','nodejs','projects']
 
};
 
// Publish the post 
$.newPost(post);
 
// Get all posts in a JSON object 
var history = $.getAllPosts();
 
// Get a single post by id (unique object id) 
var singlepost = $.getPostById('5265d92146b9320c02000001');

gnome stores your blog posts in MongoDB, within a collection called gnomeblog