The last week has been very exciting for me.
I tweeted about Morphues and wrote some words about it and the buzz started pretty fast.
Even though the project is far from its first stable release, I received a lot of questions about the project and its state.
This is the best thing ever for a guy who likes to spend time open-sourcing code 😃
Morpheus has been featured on:
In these last few days I concentrated on solving some issues and developing new features.
Morpheus has now RSS support for blog entries, everything works out of the box. Add this website to your feed reader for a try.
Morpheus supports now Meta tags for Open Graph.
This means that any of your posts shared on Social Network will now have rich content associated.
A custom google analytics component has been added, you can track page visits now, just adding your tracking code in the configuration file.
Split the monolith
The much more important thing is to rethink Morpheus architecture.
The application has now a monolithic structure, and the idea is to split it in some npm modules, and give each of them less responsibilities.
This way the core will be easier to be maintained.
The installation process should be as easy as possible, this is why I’m thinking about creating a Yeoman module for installing Morpheus.
I have a lot of ideas, but I’ve been alone in this adventure so far.
If you want to contribute with ideas or code, you are more than welcome!
Should you have any thoughts, you know how to reach out to me, I’m here waiting for wise suggestions 😀