Sourcegraph about.sourcegraph.com website
Uses Gatsby for rendering a static site that is built and deployed with Netlify.
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Gatsby requires Node.js, and we recommend using yarn for installing packages.
Developing the static site locally is separate from developing the handbook. Read the Handbook section to learn how to develop the handbook locally.
In a terminal, change into the
website directory, and run:
Then to serve the site, you have two options:
- To serve the static (built) version of the website (good for final review):
- To serve the site using the development server with auto-compiling and page reloading:
Publishing a blog post
We want and encourage everyone at Sourcegraph to contribute to the blog and publishing a blog post is as simple as merging an approved pull request with your blog content.
Learn how to create and publish a blog post.
The Sourcegraph handbook also lives in this repository. This is currently deployed in GCP.
The handbook uses docsite.