[Video] Moving the blog to Jekyll and hosting on Netlify

By João Antunes

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Just added a new video, talking about the blog’s move from WordPress (and all that infrastructure I talked about in these series of posts) to a static site, generated using Jekyll and hosted using Netlify.

A side note that I forgot to mention in the video: when using Jekyll, we need to set the environment variable JEKYLL_ENV to production, or stuff like Google Analytics and Disqus comments won’t work, as it’s disabled by default unless we’re in production. Next you can see a screenshot of the Netlify screen where we can set environment variables.

Setting environment variables on Netlify

Thanks for stopping by, cyaz

Categories: infrastructure video
Tags: jekyll netlify