Getting Started with Jekyll on Windows

August 24, 2016|

Jekyll is developed by Github and written in language Ruby. Is it a CMS? no it’s not ! Is it a Blogging Software ? no it’s not ! How it is installed ? It’s installed as a Ruby Gem. For details step by step guide you can follow below process: Download the Ruby Installer Right Click and  Run as Administrator Click Yes and Select the language during installation and click OK. Check the “License Agreement” & Click Next. Check “Add Ruby executables to your PATH” & Click Install. Click Finish. Open Command Line (CMD) Install Jekyll: gem install jekyll Create new static web project: jekyll new web-project cd web-project Install Bundler : gem install bundler Install Dependencies: bundle install Now Run the website: bundle exec jekyll serve  Now browse to Server Address : http://localhost:4000 or http://localhost:4000 What Issues you might face while Installing Jekyll on Windows? One of the issue windows user might face…    read more 

Quick Guide : How to Install or upgrade Node.js on Windows ?

August 23, 2016|

Quick and Easy Node JS Install on Windows Step by Step Guide Unlike XAMPP or WAMP need Apache, Node js creates server itself. So, what we really need? Node.js .msi Installer. Let’s get started with the follwing procedure: Download latest or LTS version via Double Click or Right click Install. Click Next Button. Check the “License Agreement”. Click Next Btton. Click Next Button. Click Next Button. Click Install Button. Click Finish and It’s Done ! How to check Node js is installed on windows or not? After Node js is setup, we wana check everything is fine and working properly. For that we check the Node.Js version via command line. To copy and paste the code check below : to paste use Shift + Insert on Windows command line. node -v Expected cmd output: v6.4.0 or v4.5.0 The Node js Windows setup is almost same on all Windows Platform viz Windows XP, 7, 8.1…    read more 

Difference between v4.X LTS vs v6.X NodeJS ? Which one to Use?

August 10, 2016|

Node.js is great software development for server side programming. It continuously updated with release of new versions. In simple language we can say that: Node.js v4.x LTS (Long Term Support ) : For Enterprise Application Node.js v6.x (Latest/Current features) : For Testing Latest Environment and early adopters. The NodeJs Community is growing very fast with involvement of new developer each day. The new features are added every day and so they decided to release Node in two separate versions viz LTS and Current. For Stability, Security and Refined Feature Use NodeJS v4.x LTS Many organization who build enterprise level application and reluctant to upgrade frequently prefer LTS version. Because it gives them less cost on upgrading the system. Generally it provides the stability to the application and strong security to the software applications. Yes! it’s packed with feature that are blended and refined. So if you are planning to release product use LTS versions….    read more