You’ll need four things to get started:
- node.js 4.x or higher
- npm 2.15.x or higher (4.x or above preferred)
- A database server (see below)
graphicsmagickpackage with the
If you’re planning to use npm to install the unpublished git master version of pump.io, npm 4 or better is a requirement, not a recommendation.
pump.io uses databank package
to abstract out the data storage for the system. Any databank driver
should work. Couchbase, MongoDB and Redis are probably the best bets
for production servers.
memory should only be used
If you’re confused, just use the MongoDB one,
You can find other drivers like so:
$ npm search databank
See the installation instructions for how to install a databank driver.
Note that you also need to install and configure your database server.
|pump.io version||Change type||Change|
|0.3.0||New dependency||GraphicksMagick with the
|5.0.0||Version change||Node.js 4.x or better is now required|