Nodester: Node.js + Express + Mongo App (Part 1)
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Roller Derby Node.JS 0.81 App on Nodester
Running on node-
I am still working on putting up a full application for the tutorial. Also I will try the same application on Nodejitsu, CloudFoundry and Heroku.
The following are the basic steps for working with Nodester. It is
very similiar to all the other command-line PaaS interfaces. I am
running this on
Windows, but it will work in most environments.
npm install nodester-cli -g nodester user setup <username> <password> nodester user setkey c:.sshid_rsa.pub nodester app create <appname> nodester app init <appname> nodester npm install express nodester npm install mongoose nodester npm install socket.io git add . git commit -am "Ready to deploy" git push nodester master nodester app info nodester app stop|start|restart nodester app logs
For nodester they push to master for Nodester to get a new build.
Log into your Application List Page on the Administration Site for Nodester and you will see your newly added Application. Nodester has a good help system that will be useful to you while learning. The git commands are standard GIT which makes using all the cloud systems pretty similiar.
After uploading, I check the logs for errors:
nodester app logs nodester info Showing logs for: rollerderby New PID: 18884 chroot_runner chroot_runner Spawing /app/server.js Running node v-0.8.1 :: nodester :: App listening on port 19885 nodester info ok!
I used there out of the box example and added a connection to my test mongo db database at MongoLab.
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