Alternative products to GitPress

6 alternative and related products to GitPress

GitPress
A blog writing tool based on GitHub, designed for developers
GitPress is built with modern developement tools chain you loved:
- It uses Git to sync content
- It uses Markdown as priority format
- It transform code into living code evaluator, allow running code in posts
6 Alternatives to GitPress

Generate a personal website based on GitHub contributions

Build a personal website that shows off your contributions, interests, and development experience. It’s your fully-customizable profile powered by the GitHub API, GitHub Pages, and Jekyll—ready for anyone interested in your work.

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GitHub
Code that'll help you kickstart a personal website that showcases your work as a software developer. - github/personal-website
The Practical Dev
DeveloperMode github.dev is a new community project by GitHub that lives on the .dev TLD. With it, you can fork, customize and deploy a personal site that shows your GitHub bio and contributions, powered by the GitHub API, GitHub Pages, and Jekyll. Here's my page: dzello.github.io.
5 Alternatives to GitHub Personal Website Generator

Websites for you and your projects.

Hosted directly from your GitHub repository. Just edit, push, and your changes are live.

Recommendations
Karthik
Karthik- PhD Student, Computational Biology
It might take a little bit of work but you can also setup a blog with Jekyll and serve it using Github pages. https://help.github.com/articles...
Alex Miller
Alex Miller- Ph.D. Student, Data Scientist at Wharton
100% free; supports custom domain. Downside is you need to code your own HTML/CSS (or Markdown). But if you just have a site with < 5 pages, it should be pretty simple for even non-coders to copy a template they like and fill in the blanks.
Guillaume Flandre
Guillaume Flandre- 🛠 Software engineer ➕ 📸 Photographer
The hack I used on my photo portfolio is to use Github Pages. This lets you create static websites hosted for free if you're fine having your code open to the world. You'd need to be a bit tech savvy in order to make it work though. If you're willing to code a little bit, then pair this to Jekyll and you have an auto-generated website :)
8 Alternatives to Github Pages
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