Over a month ago, I embarked on a bold venture: to completely revamp my blog site with the aid of artificial intelligence. Now, as the bells of 2024 are about to ring, this brand new version of my blog has finally launched. This article will briefly revisit the journey of this blog update, documenting the key steps and personal insights.
This article records some of my experiences working with AI. Over the past two weeks, with the assistance of AI, I have embarked on rebuilding my blog in an unfamiliar development environment using languages and frameworks that are new to me. Through this rebuilding process, I hope to gain some mastery of these new languages and frameworks.
This article will introduce the tools I'm currently using, which include data collection and organization, text editing, screenshot and screen recording, format conversion, image editing, and image hosting management.
My blog, "Fatbobman's Blog," has been live for 2 years now. The initial purpose of writing this blog was to document my learning process through writing, to deepen my understanding, and to share my findings with friends.
Last weekend, I renovated and upgraded my blog. I am quite satisfied with the effect of this update, not because the blog has become much better, but because through this update, I have gained a certain understanding of today's web technology. Also, during this update process, whether debugging Swift code, CSS code, or Markdown documents, everything was done in Visual Studio Code, which furthered my knowledge and mastery of Visual Studio Code.
This article will showcase different extension methods and introduce other excellent members of the Publish suite through several examples (adding tags, adding attributes, generating content with code, full-text search, command-line deployment).
Having a powerful theme system is one of the key factors in the success of a static website generator. Publish uses Plot as the development tool for themes, allowing developers to enjoy the benefits of Swift's type safety while efficiently writing themes. This article will start with an introduction to Plot, and ultimately teach readers how to create a Publish theme.
Publish is a static site generator designed specifically for Swift developers. It uses Swift to build the entire website and supports themes, plugins, and a host of customization options.
I created a blog using Hexo, primarily to document my insights and technical summaries from the development of Health Notes.