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Armadillo is a cute little thing that drinks from your Gulp cup and spits out a static site for you! The Armadillo is a little opinionated, so not right for everyone, but it'll get the job done when you need it to.

Getting Started

Follow our Developing with the Armadillo instructions to get set up and start working.

Armadillo also provides some additions to standard rendering you may be use to to make your life a little happier when using it.

Be sure to configure your Armadillo before you get started!

Basic Armadillo Commands

There are four basic commands that your armadillo knows that you're likely to run:

  • gulp
  • gulp deploy

gulp is your armadillo's development command. It will run a BrowserSync server, watch for changes to all of your files, compile, recompile, and reload everything as you go.

gulp deploy is your armadillo's deployment command. It will compile production ready versions of all of your files and inline your critical CSS for you, then deploy the resulting compiled files to GitHub Pages. You can run gulp deploy:dry to compile production ready versions of your files without deploying them.


The rebirth of the Armadillo static site generator, as a series of Gulp tasks!



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