Hugo Static Sites (part 2): GitHub and Forestry (CI and CD)

For this week on Frontend Friday, we have a follow up to Up & Running With Hugo, Part 1: Building Your First Site. This week, we cover integrating your repository with GitHub, and setting up continuous integration and continuous deployment with Forestry.io and some other handy tools.

Table of Contents

Introduction
Setting up Git
Setting up Continuous Integration
Setting up Continuous Deployment with Forestry
Next Steps
1) Introduction

Before we continue, you might be asking What is CI & CD..? Let me explain:

Continuous Integration (CI)

Continuous Integration (CI) is a development practice where developers check-in code to a version control tool multiple times per day. Each time code is checked-in, an automated build can be performed, allowing developers to identify problems with code quickly.

Continuous Delivery (CD)

Continuous Deployment (CD) is a development practice where any change to software is automatically deployed to a production or staging environment. This allows for real-world testing and enables more rapid delivery.

Why are these important?

CI


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2018-03-16 15:19:43

A podcast about Linux Journal, Doc Searls and why he became its new editor-in-chief. Doc, one of the Cluetrain authors, has a vision for advertising that works. If it works, it will not only revolutionize advertising, it will also help get software development back on track. His project really has the potential.


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Here comes Apple’s spring event – and it’s an education

New iPads, an Apple Pencil and something special for education lead speculation as Apple invites media to March 27 “field trip” in Chicago, which appears to be its spring event.Let’s take a field trip
The invitation reads, “Let’s take a field trip”. It appears as if it has been handwritten, featuring an ink-like drawn Apple logo and the phrase.It’s not unusual for Apple to hold a launch event in March – it most recently did so in 2011, 2012, 2015 and 2016.Underneath the calligraphic elements the note continues to read, “Join us to hear creative new ideas for teachers and students”.To read this article in full, please click here


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Education quiz app Kahoot raises another $17M at a $100M valuation

When we wrote about gaming startup Kahoot passing significant milestones of 70 million users on 51 million educational quizzes in January, we mentioned that the Oslo, Norway-based startup was closing another round of funding. Now, that has come to pass: Kahoot has announced that it has raised $17 million, at a valuation that sources close to the company confirm to us is $100 million.
The funding comes after a change in leadership and strategic direction for the company: its American CEO Erik Harrell has stepped away from the role while remaining on the board of the company, and has been replaced by Asmund Furuseth, one of the original co-founders, after Harrell and the board disagreed on the strategic direction for the company.
Harrell was keen to expand Kahoot’s business lines — in an interview with TechCrunch he described ambitions to partner with big media brands like Disney and educational publishers to create quizzes


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5 ‘hostname’ Command Examples for Linux Newbies

A hostname command is used to view a computer’s hostname and domain name (DNS) (Domain Name Service), and to display or set a computer’s hostname or domain name. A hostname is a name that…
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