Supported Static Site Generators

Hugo

This recipe allows you to build websites using the Hugo static site generator.

Hugo is built using Golang and is very fast.

You just need to setup a repository on github containing the source to be used for the generator and use its url in the next step.

You can look at github.com/zammu/hugo.zammu.in to see how it is setup.

Hexo

This recipe allows you to build websites using the Hexo static site generator.

Hexo is javascript based.

You just need to setup a repository on github containing the source to be used for the generator and use its url in the next step.

You can look at github.com/zammu/hexo.zammu.in to see how it is setup.

Middleman

This recipe allows you to build websites using the Middleman static site generator.

Middleman is ruby based.

You just need to setup a repository on github containing the source to be used for the generator and use its url in the next step.

You can look at github.com/zammu/middleman.zammu.in to see how it is setup.

Octopress

This recipe allows you to build websites using the Octopress blogging framework.

Octopress is ruby based.

You just need to setup a repository on github containing the source to be used for the generator and use its url in the next step.

You can look at github.com/zammu/octopress.zammu.in to see how it is setup.

Jekyll

This recipe allows you to build websites using the Jekyll blogging framework.

Jekyll is ruby based.

You just need to setup a repository on github containing the source to be used for the generator and use its url in the next step.

You can look at github.com/zammu/jekyll.zammu.in to see how it is setup.

Bundle and Ruby

This generator allows you to use any static site generator built using Ruby.

Your repository must have a Gemfile. In the next step you must fill out the build command and the output directory.

Python and Pip

This generator allows you to use any static site generator built using Python.

Your repository must have a requirements.txt. In the next step you must fill out the build command and the output directory.