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Install Node.js using Winget

Node.js is an open-source, cross-platform JavaScript runtime environment that executes JavaScript code outside of a web browser. It is used by many big companies like Netflix and Uber. Before Node.js, JavaScript could only be executed in the browser. With Node.js, you can run your code as a standalone application. To install it on Windows 10 […]

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IO.JS on Mac

IO.JS is a folk of Node.js that uses the latest build of Google’s V8 Engine and supports ES6, in some performance benchmarks IO.JS is faster than Node.js The performance benchmarks of IO.JS vs Node.js can be found over here. IO.JS is recommended if you are working on a new project, if you are using a […]

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Custom permalinks in Ghost

Ghost by default only lets you have dated permalink :year/:month/:day/:slug Or title :title based with is set by default. You can change this by editing the SQLite Database and updating the permalink column, this will let you have custom URL for your posts, this will only affect URLs of your posts and not pages. Backup […]

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Ghost on Ubuntu

Ghost is a free open source blogging platform built with Node.js. It started as a Kickstarter project and turned into a great blogging platform that is still under active development. It can be self-hosted, or you can choose a hosted built at It uses SQLite by default as its Database, you use MySQL to. […]

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Node.js on OSX

Node.js is an open source, cross-platform runtime environment for server-side and networking applications. Node.js applications are written in JavaScript, If you are not already familiar with what Node.js is, you can learn more over it from here. We will be using Homebrew to install Node.js, Homebrew makes it more easier to install and upgrade Node.js. […]