Just for running a new app let's follow these 6 steps.
# Clone the latest stable version in your new web app folder
git clone --branch 0.3.3 https://github.com/Opentaste/bombolone.git new_app &&cd new_app
# Run Mongodb
# Create your own environment from the new_app folder
virtualenv venv &&. venv/bin/activate
# Install libraries
python setup.py install &&cd bombolone
# Init Bombolone Mongodb
# Run Bombolone
Registered users are:
Admin with username 'admin' and password 'admin123'
User with username 'user' and password 'user123'
Sometimes you simply don’t need to use all the features of a CMS. Bombolone lets you have a good core, with five modules are essential for almost all web applications.
You can control them from the administration panel, and each has different tools to edit, create or delete. It's important to note that beginning the application has two types of users: administrators and users. Administrator can do everything. Users can only edit content and other little things, but configurable to allow multiple levels of access depending on rank.
Allows user administration:
Administrators : can create, modify or delete users.
Users : can only read the account list by default.
The rank module allows you to see what ranks are available.
Allows you to quickly create dynamic and static pages.
Administrators : can create, edit, modify or delete pages.
Users : can edit any content pages by default.
From here you can decide which languages you want the site to use.
With the HashTable module you can create different hashmap be used inside modules or the site.
Administrators : can create, edit, modify or delete hash map.
Users : can edit any content of hash map by default.
We use Fabric to provide a basic suite of operations for executing local or remote shell commands, as well as auxiliary functionality such as prompting the running user for input, or aborting execution. If you find trouble to installing Fabric, you can check this page.
pip install fabric
sudo pip install yuicompressor
Check if is running the MongoDB database
Init the basic database
Minify .js files that have been changed since last run
Run python test
Js Unit/Integration Tests
Before run the test, you need install some dependecies. Download and install Node from http://nodejs.org/download/ If you never use Protractor before you can have a quick intro here.
Bombolone.js is a tasty Node App based on Express, Mongodb, AngularJS, jQuery, Sass and Bootstrap. It's designed to be a simple, flexible toolset for projects of any size.
Quick start in 5 steps
# Run Mongodb
# Clone the git repo in your new web app folder
git https://github.com/Opentaste/bombolone.js.git node_app
# Go to new_app and Install all the dependencies
sudo npm install -g nodemon
# In two new tabs with the same path run Compass
# Run Bombolone in development
app.js --> app config
package.json --> for npm
public/ --> all of the files to be used in on the client side