Calipso alternatives and similar modules
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9.9 10.0 Calipso VS Strapi🚀 Open source Node.js Headless CMS to easily build customisable APIs
8.1 9.7 L4 Calipso VS KeystoneJSThe most powerful headless CMS for Node.js — built with GraphQL and React
7.2 9.9 L5 Calipso VS Apostrophe2Apostrophe is a full-featured, open-source CMS built with Node.js that empowers organizations by combining in-context editing and headless architecture in a full-stack JS environment.
6.3 0.0 Calipso VS Tipe🎉 Next Generation API-first CMS for developers. Generate an API-first CMS from a GraphQL schema with offline prototyping and an inline editor
6.1 0.0 L4 Calipso VS PencilBlueBusiness class content management for Node.js (plugins, server cluster management, data-driven pages)
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Calipso is a simple NodeJS content management system, built along similar themes to Drupal and Wordpress, that is designed to be fast, flexible and simple.
For additional details, including installation instructions, please visit the home page: http://calip.so/
If you would like to contribute, please take a look at the issues list as this will have the most up to date view of work that needs to be done for the next minor release. Otherwise, please just pm myself (cliftonc), dennis (dennishall) or dale (dtan) and we can suggest some places for you to start.
If you want to try it out as quickly as possible, please install MongoDB, ensure that you have the right compilers installed (for OSX, XCode4 will work, for Ubuntu, the build-essential and libssl-dev packages) and then use NPM:
npm install calipso -g calipso site /var/www/MySite cd /var/www/MySite calipso server
Note the server will output an installation password during install to prevent some other person from installing your server. The output will look something like this:
Installation Password: "5ng/joSjSXS9RsERDXVGk40Ih2PP5YC/7w==" (inside quotes)
NOTE: Mongoose upgraded to 3.6.x
This causes the sort api to change. In order to run under SmartOS mongoose had to be upgraded to in turn upgrade mongodb to 1.3.x. When sorting rather than
query.sort('column', 1).sort('column2', -1)
Using environment variables
The site will respond to a environment variable called MONGO_URI. If MONGO_URI is set then the configuration storage will move from the /conf folder into the mongodb database pointed to by the MONGO_URI. This allows easy deployment of a calipso site to a nodejs hosting provider. To re-install or install, calipso will ask for an installation password which is a randomly generated string which will be logged to your log file. Copy this string and paste it into the UI to proceed. The system will overwrite and adjust the username/password your specify for the admin which previously was a little bit of a problem. To "re-install" use your mongo command shell to update the settings in the database as follows:
Using node v0.5.3 and later
Since node v0.5.3 has removed require.paths, in order to require(‘lib/calipso’), you must include the following to your file:
var rootpath = process.cwd() + '/', path = require('path'), calipso = require(path.join(rootpath, 'lib/calipso'));
That also goes for including anything that is based on the root path of the project directory.
To get running in development mode (not the site mode outlined on the front page) - e.g. so you can make changes to core and submit pull requests: 1. Fork the repository 2. Clone from your fork (replace YOURNAME!): git clone [email protected]:YOURNAME/calipso.git 3. Run 'npm install -d' in the clone folder to install all of the dependencies. 4. Run 'node app' to run Calipso from the source folder. Note that the bin/calipso command line script is really designed to allow people who just want to use Calipso to build sites to use it, it isn't used in the dev process. As always, any questions please do shout.
Calipso Command Line Client
The commands currently supported from the command line client are:
Commands That Run Anywhere
calipso : Show this help file. calipso site <name|folder> : Create site in folder.
Commands That Run In Site Folder
The most important of these at the moment is ‘modules check’ (this will ensure that all modules have all of their dependencies installed via npm), and should be run on site install.
calipso install : Re-run site install. calipso cluster --port=3000 : Run as cluster. calipso server --port=3000 : Run as a single server. calipso modules list : List installed modules. calipso modules check : Check installation of all modules. calipso modules install *[email protected] : Install [email protected], or reinstall module. calipso modules download github : Download module from github (e.g. cliftonc/calipso-elastic) calipso modules enable *mod : Enable module. calipso modules disable *mod : Disable module. calipso themes list : List installed themes. calipso themes uninstall *theme : Remove theme (delete from disk) calipso themes download *url : Download (url: http://, gh: cliftonc/calipso-site-theme, repo: calipso-site).
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