Setting Up Comments.js with Jekyll and GitHub Pages in 5 Minutes Flat

  • By Jason Victor
  • October 6, 2020

In this post, we will demonstrate how to quickly setup a highly functional and stylish personal site on GitHub Pages (using Jekyll as a static-site generator). As you might know, the usual complaint about static sites is you have to sacrifice quite a bit in the way of functionality — there is no backend allowed with static sites, so it's hard to build any kind of custom logic. Fortunately, we have a solution for that.

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Introducing Comments.js: easy-setup comments for static sites

  • By Jason Victor
  • October 1, 2020

Many programmers rely on GitHub Pages (in conjunction with Jekyll) to run their blogs and personal websites, thanks primarily to the incredible ease-of-use offered by this combination. A user simply commits a new Markdown file containing the text of the post to their blog's repository and it automatically shows up on the website with all the necessary menus and styling as generated by Jekyll. Pretty awesome!

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Zetabase Overview: Use Cases

  • By Jason Victor
  • July 9, 2020

The authors of Zetabase are proud to announce our v0.1 release. We've been hard at work for the past couple years developing what we think is the "perfect database," and we're very excited to share it with you today!

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Hello, World!

  • By Jason Victor
  • July 8, 2020

The authors of Zetabase are proud to announce our v0.1 release. We've been hard at work for the past couple years developing what we think is the "perfect database," and we're very excited to share it with you today!

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