First of all, I wish you a very happy and prosperous new year 2016. Since the move to GitHub pages, my workflow on this website and blog got awesome and more easier than ever, and so here is yet another post from me. This post is about how we celebrated our new year party this time in our college bus. I promise that I’ll keep tech and stuff away from this post, this is for everyone. Here’s a summary of our party today:
I have recently made enhancements to the tutorial system in this site, which allows me to write tutorials easily without worrying about the generation of the contents HTML. There are three main things that this post elaborates to you — the contents pane, the way new tutorials will be written, and the future plans regarding the contents.
This post is a guide that explains how I recently switched to GitHub pages for hosting my website, and how I did that while still keeping access to my e-mails, my cPanel and webmail services that I have purchased at GoDaddy.com. Before explaining the procedure of how I did it, I have to explain the page layout that I had been using previously. I have been hosting an SMF forum, and two websites directly from my shared hosting since the last three years, and that structure is a complete mess, as I have been a newbie in the web...
As you might have been noticed, there are no updates to the LWJGL Tutorial series, and I now want to further delay the writing of tutorials regarding LWJGL3. The reason, is that initially I was excited about the new version and started writing the tutorial series, but now it happened to change a lot from the alpha builds in the API, making all my tutorials obsolete (they’re still good on OpenGL part though).
Since I moved my website to Jekyll, I was looking for a good and complete editor to write my posts. I always didn’t like seeing myself switching between my editor, project folder and the web browser to see how the post will be on the final page.