Public drafts with a GitHub Pages blog
I wrote last week about publishing to a GitHub Pages blog using Workflow on the iPad. As I worked on writing that post, I realized there was one piece missing from my process: previewing the draft. When I write locally on my computer, I compile the site using Jekyll commands and include drafts. Then I can work on a post and make sure that the links all work properly and do a final check before publishing the post. With the Workflow process I created, a post would go straight from iA Writer to being published on my site, and that made me a bit nervous.
Using Workflow to publish to GitHub Pages
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Writing reusable code
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Using Carthage to add third-party code
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