In this blog post, we’ll take a look at Jekyll to get a basic understanding how usage and setup works. We won’t use an existing template, we’ll follow the initial steps for implementation and then we configure the source code for a custom deployment to GitHub pages.
This is a short blog post about: how to create a tag for your last commit in GitHub?. It's good to have tags as they help you easily compare changes to your source code on GitHub.
This blog post covers the topic connect to a PostgreSQL database, create tables, insert data and use a file from a GitHub project and do the implementation with GO. That blog post is also related to my last blog post called Connect to a PostgreSQL database using GO. You find the related code to my new blog post in that GitHub project.
This blog post contains the simplified steps to setup MkDocs for a GitHub project to use it with GitHub Pages. I won't covering details. The blog post is for me a little cheat sheet and maybe it is also useful for you. Steve Martinelli created an awesome blog post in that context called 5 Features I Like About Material for MkDoc.