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.

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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: 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!”