Serverless Blog Setup - Mirroring Gitlab Repo to Github

  cognitiaclaeves   unimplemented children github gitlab high-level walkthrough serverless blog blogging

I’ve been doing a lot of work setting up this blog lately. One thing I’m looking forward to is having the ability to point to a public project important enough to me to work on outside of employment. This blog has a pipeline in Gitlab that interfaces with AWS Amplify to auto-generate the site when code changes are pushed, and I’ve made some interesting design decisions on how I implemented new features of the site that I think do a good job showing how I put thought into my effort. …

Serverless Blog Setup - The Repo

  cognitiaclaeves   blogging lifestyle walkthrough high-level serverless blog git gitlab unimplemented children

Most of the static blogs I’ve seen on the internet have their content saved in a git repo of some sort. In this blog post, I’m covering how I set up my blog repos. I put some thought into it because I want to be able to make blog changes from a compromised terminal without compromising my blog. (Not that I would ever knowingly do this, that’s just the standard of security that I want to aim for: I got the idea while exploring play-with-docker. …