Node.js / GHOST theme development and deployment

Few weeks ago we decided to switch our static site to GHOST and write a theme for it. Now, GHOST isn’t an optimal choice for a photography portfolio and we’ll get into why that’s the case in a bit, but we both like blogging to, so we wanted to give it a shot.

Continue reading “Node.js / GHOST theme development and deployment”

GHOST 0.3: A Themes Structure

The theme structure in GHOST is something I’ve been really waiting to take a look at, mainly because I build websites and run blogs. The default theme casper is built using the handlebars template engine and we’re going to have a quick look at how everything is set up. Firstly I have to notice a resemblense to WordPress, which I personally like. Continue reading “GHOST 0.3: A Themes Structure”

GHOST launched: first impressions

The first public alpha has been released to all GHOST backers right now. While some of the emails still are rolling out, you can access the GHOST launch page, even if you’re not a backer and read about what’s inside and what shortly will be released to everybody. Continue reading “GHOST launched: first impressions”

Ghost: Blogging Platform on node.js: I backed!

I just backed Ghost on Kickstarter. Ghost is, according to the ambitious authors, going to be a blogging platform based on node.js, that will be extendable with plugins and themes, like WordPress.

My incentive for throwing in 10£ was that backers get a month early access to the projects source code, whereas everyone else will be granted that about a month later. Time for me to poke at this project, which I am burning to do. Continue reading “Ghost: Blogging Platform on node.js: I backed!”