Jekyll and GitHub Pages

http://parroty.github.io/

Just created a GitHub Pages for organizing my project documents. It was easier than thought. The page can be directly created from GitHub page, but I tried Jekyll for locally building the static web page.

Jekeyll updates the markdown into html file in real-time, and just a ‘git push’ is enough for reflecting the changes into the server. Nowadays, everything is in real-time and no back-and-force. It’s pretty much wonderful.

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Posted on October 14, 2013, in Misc, Software Design, Web. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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