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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

Leverage the power of automation to reduce friction in publishing from anywhere

Adding automation to open-source projects

Improving projects and increasing self-guilt with Travis, Slather and Codecov

Handling live text reload elegantly

Easy steps to support concurrent editing without losing cursor position or text selection in UITextView

Installing on iOS 10 with Xcode 7

Keep working on your production-ready apps, even while running the iOS beta on your phone

Retrieving iOS Shared Web Credentials

Simplify authentication for your users

Fixing local problems with a Carthage version number

For those times when Carthage will not bend itself to your will.

Using Carthage to add third-party code

Simplify third-party dependencies using Carthage and Git submodules.