OpenFaaS template for Hugo
This template allows you to deploy hugo sites using OpenFaaS. It simply copies over the contents of your hugo site, builds it into the
public directory and then uses a very lightweight static server that serves the content and provides a healtcheck that follows the standards from OpenFaaS.
Create the hugo function:
git init faas template pull https://github.com/matipan/openfaas-hugo-template faas new --lang hugo -g <openfaas gateway url> --prefix <docker hub username> example-site
This will create a folder called
cd into it and now create the site with this instructions from the hugo quickstart guide:
hugo new site . git submodule add https://github.com/budparr/gohugo-theme-ananke.git themes/ananke echo 'theme = "ananke"' >> config.toml
At this point you can run
hugo server in that directory to build and test your site locally without needing to deploy it to OpenFaaS. Remember to update the
baseURL found in the
config.toml to the domain that you will be using.
Custom domains with TLS on OpenFaaS
Follow this tutorial to learn how to continuosly deploy your sites and have a custom domain name pointing at them (with TLS!).