May 23, 2019

Deploying a Website with goHugo.io and Gitlab CI/CD

When I need to build a website, I typically use Hugo to generate the .html from .md. However, one thing is a bit inconvenient: deployment. If not done right, you have to do that manually (edit -> hugo -> rsync). Alternatively, and much better, you can use the Hugo-Gitlab|Hub-Netlify-toolchain I described earlier. These day, I needed a website for a new research project of mine and didn't want to ship the site with Netlify. Read more

July 14, 2018

Deploying a Website with goHugo.io, github.com, netlify.com and forestry.io

Since a good while I use the static website generator Hugo for my Blog (which (by the way) is back online since a few days (minus the photos) after I got rid of my vServer last month). As I do not have this vServer anymore, I neither have a repository that keeps track of my website's source code, nor a machine that will automatically build the website's html whenever I change something, nor a public web server to serve the website's html. Read more

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