Jekyll + Google web-starter-kit = best of both worlds
npm install -g yo npm install -g generator-jekyll-starter-kit
Then generate your new project:
- Automagically compile Pug
- Automagically compile Sass / SCSS
- Minify HTML
- Minify and Autoprefixing CSS
- Awesome image optimization before deploy
- Enable ES2015 features using Babel
- Built-in preview server with BrowserSync
- Automagically create a service worker file
- Deploy the project to GitHub pages or Firebase with only one command
- Automagically test your project output on Travis-CI
- Test your project against lighthouse and fail Travis-CI with score below 80
- Awesome README file with all instructions and badges - like the pros
Trouble with running the project?
There's could be an issue with Gem package manager and the gems on your local machine. If so, run:
For more info about bundle go to Bundler.
Want to help?
Great! Here is how you can install the local generator to test changes.
- Git clone your fork locally.
npm installinside the new directory.
npm link- This makes your local system sync with the changes you make
- Inside the new directory, initiate