Automating deploy of your publish site to github pages

I have already shared how to get started with Publish. Today I’ll share how I’m automating the deploy process using Github Actions and how it enabled editing from my iPad.

Getting started with publish

I just moved my blog to github pages using Publish and the first steps were consusing and difficult. John Sundell built an amazing tool, but a one man effort can't solve and document everything. I will write a series of posts about Publish trying to explain all the details to get a website up and running using Publish.

Tracking your site metrics without sacrificing​ user privacy

After having my blog up and running there was one piece missing, I didn't have any kind of tracking so it was impossible to know if people were reading me and what were they reading. Looks impossible, doesn't it?

Using portainer to manage container station

Today I want to share another experience with my NAS, in this case, I'll talk about how to replace container station with a better alternative called Portainer. As you may know, I've played with docker on my Qnap NAS. This has to lead me to hate container station software. It has too many limits and issues so as one of my experiments I wanted to find a replacement to it. The best replacement I've found is portainer and as always, when you know what you want the steps to do it are a lot easier.

Running a website from your Qnap NAS

The first proper post of the blog is something I don't do frequently: playing with the web. In this post, I'll explain how after some hours I got the blog running with a custom domain and SSL using docker in a qnap NAS. The process should work on any NAS (with Synology it could be even easier) but I'll explain it using the Qnap process.