In the past six months, I keep using Spacemacs to write code and it is very handful. So I wonder how to write articles in Emacs. After searching around, Hugo came into my eyes. Just following the tutorial, a blog is built in less than 5 minutes.
brew install hugo hugo new site blog cd blog git clone https://github.com/spf13/hyde.git themes/hyde hugo server -t hyde
After that, I installed ox-hugo and begin to write posts in
blog/content-org/goofansu.org. Yes, all articles are saved in one org-mode file, you can see the benefits in How I blog: One year of posts in a single org file.
The content in the org file is as following:
#+HUGO_SECTION: posts #+HUGO_BASE_DIR: ~/src/blog/ #+HUGO_FRONT_MATTER_FORMAT: yaml * First post :PROPERTIES: :EXPORT_FILE_NAME: first-post :END: Hello, this is my first post. * Second post :PROPERTIES: :EXPORT_FILE_NAME: second-post :END: The second post.
After writing the article, use
C-c C-e H H to generate the post or
C-c C-e H A to generate all posts.
Then you have multiple choices to host the blog, I choose Netlify as it can auto deploy after pushing to GitHub. It is very easy to use, supporting custom domain and SSL certificate for free.
Happy writing :)