Jekyll-post-via-web

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Opeyemi Obembe@kehers · Maker: thefeed.press
Related (shameless plug): https://tinypress.co
Panayotis VryonisMaker@vrypan · Dad, geek, entrepreneur
@kehers Cool! I don't know how to add it to the related products. The difference is jekyll-post-via-web is self-hosted and just a hack. On the other hand, Tinypress is an actual product, looks much more feature rich and it's definitely a better option for someone looking for a complete solution to manage a GitHub hosted blog.
Michael Sitver@msitver · I build things
@kehers This looks interesting. I can't wait to check this out.
Anuj Adhiya@anujadhiya · Engagement/Analytics at GrowthHackers
Added to my Github collection http://www.producthunt.com/@anuj...
Panayotis VryonisMaker@vrypan · Dad, geek, entrepreneur
I created this to easily update my GitHub-hosted linkblog and so far, it works like a charm. I've written a long post about how this works here https://blog.vrypan.net/2015/05/...
Michael Sitver@msitver · I build things
I used to use Prose.io to do this, but now I just write the article locally, and push it using the Git CLI. @vrypan Can I use this to edit HTML, or only markup?
Panayotis VryonisMaker@vrypan · Dad, geek, entrepreneur
@msitver As it is now, it creates .markdown files. But it is easy to add support for HTML files, I'll do it in a future update. (Keep in mind, you can write HTML code in markdown files.)
Michael Sitver@msitver · I build things
@vrypan @msitver I didn't realize you could. Thanks.
Michael Sitver@msitver · I build things
@vrypan @msitver I didn't realize you could. Thanks.