Node Webkit Introduction
The purpose of this article is to get you started with the initial setup of RetroPie on the Raspberry Pi Zero. What's awesome about this project is that anybody can jump right in and do it since there's literally no previous coding knowledge necessary. The setup was a lot easier on the Raspberry Pi 3 (and RetroPie does run faster on it) but I wanted to write a quick tutorial for the Zero since there were a few more steps in setting it up due to the limited USB ports. I'm assuming you already know this but these boards are hard to find although I was able to snag one from Adafruit's website. Be sure to checkout RetroPie's official website and GitHub site.
I was fortunate enough to wake up today and decide to want to create a portfolio page. Having just recently completed a project using Node.js it only seemed right for me to host my portfolio page utilizing some familiar tools. Dave told me about Ghost after I asked him if there was a CMS like environment that uses Node.js in the backend and decided that it would be a good fit for this specific page. Keep in mind, these are instructions for a little more advanced users and I am assuming you know and have access to the different users. Long story short, I'm running this blog on a DigitalOcean droplet running Ubuntu 14.04+.