A collection of links to help you get setup with Open Source blogging.
- Part 1 - Why I’m using open source and an overview of my blog setup
- Part 2 - Getting started with a step-by-step guide
- Part 3 - Securing your Content and Going Live with GitHub Pages
- Part 4 - Tips & Tricks with Jekyll and Markdown editing
GitHub Pages is a static site hosting service & uses Jekyll as the default generator to build websites from a GitHub repository.
GitHub provides repository hosting for software development version control using Git.
Git is a distributed version-control system for tracking changes in source code during software development.
Visual Studio Code
Visual Studio Code is a source-code editor developed by Microsoft with support for Git and Markdown editing.
Jekyll is an open source static site generator built as a Ruby Gem and integrated into GitHub Pages.
Ruby is an open source Programming Language.
Minimal Mistakes - Jekyll Theme
Minimal Mistakes by Michael Rose is the Jekyll theme I currently use for this site.
CloudSkew is a tool I currently use to create diagrams via a web browser. Free for individual users.