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Programming language: JavaScript
License: MIT License
Tags: Blogging Platforms    
Latest version: v1.0.0-beta.1

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README

Simple, beautiful publishing.

Postleaf on a laptop, tablet, and phone

Postleaf is a beautifully designed open source blogging platform built for the modern publisher.

Created by Cory LaViska

This software is dedicated to my daughter, Sophia, and my son, Calvin. Chase your dreams, lil’ ones. 💙💚

Documentation

Detailed instructions for installing, updating, and creating themes can be found at postleaf.org/docs.

Installation for Developers

This guide assumes you're installing Postleaf locally for development purposes. Please make sure the following dependencies are installed on your system before continuing:

  • Node 7 (lower versions have not been tested and are not supported)
  • npm
  • Git
  • SQLite 3
  • GraphicsMagick

You will also need access to an SMTP server for sending emails. Otherwise, you won't be able to create users, perform password resets, etc. If you don't already have a transactional email service, the folks over at Discourse have put together a great list of email providers — many of which offer free plans.

To install Postleaf in a development environment, follow these instructions.

  1. Open a terminal and clone the project and default theme: git clone https://github.com/Postleaf/postleaf.git git clone https://github.com/Postleaf/empower-theme.git themes/empower-theme
  2. Make a copy of .env.example and name it .env. Open it and change AUTH_SECRET to a random string to secure your app. Then add your SMTP credentials so email can be sent. You also need to set the APP_URL to http://localhost:3000/.
  3. Install dependencies and run the build script: npm install sudo npm install -g gulp-cli gulp build
  4. Now launch the app: node app.js

At this point, you should be able to see Postleaf running by pointing your browser to http://localhost:3000/.

Themes

To install a theme, simply add it to the themes directory. There are a few additional themes located in the main repo.

To learn how to create your own theme, refer to the theme documentation.

Support

Please do not use the issue tracker for personal support requests. Instead, visit postleaf.org/support for support.

License

©2017 A Beautiful Site, LLC

This software is copyrighted. You may use it under the terms of the MIT license. See LICENSE.md for details.

All code is copyrighted by A Beautiful Site, LLC except where noted. Third-party libraries are copyrighted and licensed by their respective owners.

Postleaf is maintained under the Semantic Versioning guidelines and we adhere to them as closely as possible.


“The starting point of all achievement is desire.” — Napoleon Hill


*Note that all licence references and agreements mentioned in the Postleaf README section above are relevant to that project's source code only.