My Workflow For This Site
This blog is about a week old now. I’m still figuring out what kind of content I’d like to post, or what kind of writing style I have. What I have figured out however, is my workflow.
Thanks to my backend powered by Axum I have pretty much full creative control over the internal workings of my site. This gave me the freedom to implement a system that I think works very well. Let’s elaborate a bit.
My backend supports a simple system of serving multiple sites. In practice this means that I can specify which site I’m uploading using a query parameter in the POST request. This is how I’m able to serve my documentation on /docs while still having my blog available as the “default” site.
The “source code” for my site(s) is stored in Git repositories using Markdown. Considering I use Git on a daily basis, this is perfect for me & I don’t see it as an “extra step” anymore. For college I use Git as well, so using it in personal projects is a no-brainer.
I have no idea how common this setup is, or if it’ll work as well down the road, but for now, I find it works perfectly.
Thanks for reading!