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Hello jekyll!

10 February 2015


Jekyll is a very free, simple, opensource and straight forward web platform written in Ruby. It can be used to run blogs, personal or informative websites with static content in few steps. All you need to have following it basic knowledge of Ruby and its package managers, few commands and BOOM! You have a blog up and running. Here is the link to the Jekyll project page where you can find all official documentation on Jekyll.

Features

  • Feature 1
  • Feature 2
  • Feature 3

Installation

You will need following to get Jekyll up and running:

  • Ruby – simple, dynamic opensource programming language Download and install from https://www.ruby-lang.org/en/downloads/

  • Gem – package manager from Ruby with Jekyll and hundreds of thousands of plugins Download and install from https://rubygems.org/pages/download#formats

Once you have the base ready you are few commands away from running your blog locally.

That seems cool! But how about hosting?

Hosting

  • GitHub

  • Azure

Deploying to Azure

  • Azure Static Website

Setting up Azure DevOps

  • DevOps Pipeline

CMS

Forestry

Cheatsheet

https://devhints.io/jekyll

Forestry CMS



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