My First Use of Hugo

I make myself laugh. The title is so “meta”. My first use of hugo is in hugo. :-/ I’ve been searching for a static website generator not a CMS. For the uninitiated, or you don’t want to read the links, a CMS creates the pages a viewer see dynamically when the page is requested (sometime cached), based on looking up data and using templates of sorts to generate pages. A Static Site Generator uses data and templates but pages are generated once during “build time” and the same stuff is displayed until data/files are changed and another “build” happens.

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Developing on a Chromebook (well, CloudReady), Part 1

I like the idea of Chrome Apps. It is (was?) a great idea; write one app and it will run on Linux, Chrome OS, Mac and Windows (yeah, the order is telling). It’s a shame Google has announced it will stop supporting Chrome Apps on Linux, Mac and Windows. So initially this started out as a log of my adventure of making a Chrome App on Chrome OS (well a Chromium OS distro called CloudReady).

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