Host your Hugo site on Azure Storage

deployed with VSTS

I’m a big fan of Static Site Generators (SSGs) for basic websites like this blog. By removing all the moving parts we can host blazing fast sites directly out of Azure Storage at very low cost. In this post I’ll cover how to host a static website created with Hugo under a custom domain using Azure Storage (Static Sites) and Cloudflare which is automatically deployed from GitHub using Azure DevOps. [Read More]

Setting up a Jekyll workflow on windows

Static site generators are in at the moment, and for good reason. They remove a whole bunch of complexity from deploying and maintaining a site by creating a static representation of it, which you just upload to a web server. For sites that are read heavy but get updated quite infrequently (like a blog, or marketing site) a static site is ideal. Personally I love GitHub pages, it provides first class support for Jekyll which builds all your markdown content, templates, and other site assets into a static website. [Read More]