This time I’ll show you how to publish react components to the npm directory. This guide does not cover testing it only shows the easiest way to use your components for different projects as npm dependency.
In web development there are tons of programs and tools and due to that also complex and very different development strategies.
Luckily dependency handling got a lot easier. For my Laravel project setup we will use 3 different package managers.
Every package manager of course manages a different resource, we will use composer for php packages, npm for everything related to Node.js and Bower for web packages.
Latest Version of this guide: https://gist.github.com/8542013
Finishing this guide you”ll get:
- A running Ghost installation
- Amazon SES mail configuration
- Simple ssh hardenings
- Nginx proxy
- Node.js configured with forever
Specification of latest running installation:
- Date: 21.01.2014
- OS: Ubuntu 64 bit – 12.04.4 LTS
- Provider: Amazon EC2
- Mail service: Amazon SES
- Browser: Google Chrome – 31.0.1650.63
- Ghost: 0.4
- Node: 0.10.24
- npm: 1.3.21