Search results for 2013 10 28 building a blog with jekyll

Building a Blog with Jekyll

by Donovan Hutchinson

be. Another prospect was Jekyll. I have blogged about using Jekyll before (my site runs it too) and am familiar with how it works. An interesting Jekyll-based alternative is Octopress….

2013 – The Year in Web Development

by Brian Rinaldi

pushed so much further in 2013 helped bolster developer’s confidence in creating their own custom elements with a framework like AngularJS. 2013 was also another tumultuous year for mobile, as…

Blogging withkeystone

Building a blog with the Keystone CMS and Node.js

by Shazzad Hossen

app in to a solid blogging platform which is on par with dedicated blogging platforms like Ghost and should outperform any “not well configured” WordPress blogs. The website https://nodevision.com.au/blog is…

Simple Content Management with Node.js and Markdown

by Krasimir Tsonev

…are serving only static HTML files, which could increase the page load performance significantly. Source code Demo: http://krasimir.github.io/techy-simple-blog/ Source code: https://github.com/krasimir/techy-simple-blog Techy: http://krasimir.github.io/techy/ This article was originally published at http://krasimirtsonev.com/blog/article/No-back-end-blog-solution-with-Nodejs-and-Markdown…

Building a Successful Content Site

by Brian Rinaldi

of my existing audience. Uptime This site currently runs on the same Linux VPS that has run (and still runs) my personal blog (as well as my wife’s blog) costing…

Using Bootstrap 3 as a Web Development Workflow Tool

by Brian Rinaldi

Jekyll on Windows. Once you’ve got that all sorted, install Jekyll… $ [sudo] gem install jekyll Start Jekyll up in a new window with: $ jekyll serve Now if all…

Best of JavaScript, HTML & CSS – Week of October 21, 2013

by Brian Rinaldi

…compiled with Jekyll. Building a Blog with Jekyll Shawn Jansepar demonstrates how Mobify.js can automatically resize and compress img and picture elements. Automate Your Responsive Images With Mobify.js See how…

Front-end Driven Applications – A New Approach to Applications

by Cody Lindley

…Zapier or Telerik’s all in oneBackend Services if you are building an application. If you are building a website you might try something likeContentful or Prismic.   This article originally…

Building a Parallax Scrolling Game with Pixi.js – Part 4

by Brian Rinaldi

…us with a mechanism for building our map. Add the following method to your class: Walls.constructor = Walls; Walls.prototype = Object.create(PIXI.DisplayObjectContainer.prototype); Walls.prototype.addSlice = function(sliceType, y) { var slice = new…

Building a Frontend WordPress theme

mm by Trevan Hetzel

…I’ll walk through the creation of that theme and how to switch your mindset from building themes with PHP to building themes with JavaScript! View demo The backbone of our…