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Stand With Ukraine

What is this?

This is my personal website.

It is built with Nuxt.js, the intuitive Vue framework, and it is hosted on GitHub as a static site (meaning that it's just good ol' HTML with some CSS and JS on top). The site uses the Nuxt Content module to write and publish articles. Tailwind CSS is employed to create a beautiful and consistent theme easily.

In order to ensure a decently professional workflow the GitHub Flow convention is used together with commitlint and husky for pre-commit sanity checks.

In the current GitHub Flow these protected branches are used for the following purposes:

main       => the production state of the site
feat/*     => add a new feature
fix/*      => fix an issue
content/*  => write and publish a new article
chore/*    => miscellaneous maintenance stuff and plumbing
docs/*     => add documentation such as this README
gh-pages   => a special branch for GitHub's static site generation system

When the main branch is updated by a merge GitHub Actions kicks in to automatically build a new release on the gh-pages branch.

See it in action

Check out the site on

How to build this site locally

But why would you?

Clone this branch, cd into the directory and then follow Nuxt's instructions:

# install dependencies
$ yarn install

# serve with hot reload at localhost:3000
$ yarn dev

# build for production and launch server
$ yarn build
$ yarn start

# generate static project
$ yarn generate

For detailed explanation on how things work, check out Nuxt.js docs.


All code and content, apart from code and content provided by third-parties, is subject to the copyrights of Ruben Sibon since the start of this GitHub repository up to the date of the last git commit.

© Ruben Sibon