Create a new Node.js workspace, then enter the following in the shell:
rm -rf * nvm install stable echo "export NODE_PATH=$NODE_PATH:/home/ubuntu/.nvm/versions/node/v0.12.7/lib/node_modules" >> ~/.bashrc source ~/.bashrc npm install -g npm npm install -g yo npm install -g grunt npm install -g grunt-cli npm install -g bower npm install -g generator-angular-fullstack
Make sure that you use the updated Node.js version when you update NODE_PATH.
You can then deploy the Angular.js scaffold:
Answer the questions thusly:
Yeoman will then attempt to run bower and npm to install dependencies. If it fails, run these two commands:
bower install npm install
Next, we'll set up MongoDB:
mkdir data echo 'mongod --bind_ip=$IP --dbpath=data --nojournal --rest "$@"' > mongod chmod a+x mongod ./mongod
Open a new terminal window (since the once you were just working in is now busy with MongoDB), and start the server:
Due to the small amount of memory available on a micro instance, I had to delete the node_modules directory and run 'npm cache clean', then 'npm install' again to resolve an error I was getting when trying to start the server.