This is not really an active blog. There is merely one article a month, that I write when I want to re-think an architecture I encountered or I want to keep a track on a receipe. If I take time to do so, why not sharing it into a blog!
I choose Hexo because it seems easy to add arcticles, to configure and to deploy while staying independant of blog platforms. Here is my experience.
Visual Studio code has proven to be a perfect IDE to write markdown text on an Linux HiDPI environment. Exactly what I was looking for.
FileZila : I do not automatically upload via FTP to my server, I didn’t manage to make it work. But manual deployement is working well with this tool.
To start working on local, a simple all in one command line allow me to start everything on linux:
# Writing new_post_name: :lang/:title.md # File name of new posts default_layout: post titlecase: false # Transform title into titlecase external_link: true # Open external links in new tab filename_case:0 render_drafts: false post_asset_folder: false relative_link: false future: true highlight: enable: true line_number: true auto_detect: true tab_replace:
# Category & Tag default_category: uncategorized category_map: tag_map:
sitemap: path: sitemap.xml
feed: type: atom path: atom.xml limit: 10
# Date / Time format date_format: YYYY-MM-DD time_format: HH:mm:ss
# Pagination ## Set per_page to 0 to disable pagination per_page:3 pagination_dir: page