A custom CLI tool to process jupyter notebooks, markdown files and HTML files. Write your blog in markdown or jupyter notebooks and then transform into a blog post with mathjax, code support, google analytics, navigation, Disqus support.
See a sample blog made by blogger-cli: Here
It is easy to get your hands on, works flawlessly and won’t get bulky and slow over time. Blogger-cli has a simple conversion system that is fast as well as extremely customizable.
- Robust conversion of ipynb notebooks with great support for mobile devices as well.
- Built-in support for Disqus, google analytics, navigation bar, social sharing, mathjax and code highlighting.
- Support for spell checking, live server and generation of RSS/Atom feeds.
- Blog management: updating the index file, parsing out images, managing topics and metadata.
- Write and post blogs from android or any microdevice. All that is required is command line with python and pip.
- Built-in design, blog_templates for rapidly setting up your blog from scratch.
- Fully customizable with support for custom themes and templates.
- Also support conversion of other file formats like markdown. You can also implement your own.
$ curl -sSL https://hemanta212.github.io/blogger-cli/get_blogger.py | python
Since blogger has a lot of dependencies (nbconvert, jupyter), this custom installer will install them in a virtual environment and add it to your path for global access.
pip install blogger-cli
If you mainly use jupyter notebooks, then you already have all the required dependencies although it is recommended to use
🚀 Getting Started
Make a website repository and clone it to your computer. Now register your blog name with blogger
$ blogger addblog <blogname>
and set up the necessary configs. Now, If you have a new site or an empty site. You can get blogger default design and boilerplate.
$ blogger export blog_layout -b <blogname>
Now, all assets will be moved to the blog_dir you specified in the blog config during setup.
$ blogger serve <blogname>
Open the URL http://localhost:8000/ in your browser to view your blog!!
- Installation, update, uninstall methods
- Managing blogs and configurations
- Conversion of files and folders
- Serving blog locally
- Using export command
- Customizing templates and design
- Writing blog’s metadata
- Using spellcheck
- Generating feed for your blog
- Advanced optional configurations
- Recommended workflow for blogger-cli
View docs in: website
👤 Hemanta Sharma - Github: @hemanta212
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