Two announcements. Firstly, I’m building a static site generator. And secondly, that I’m using said generator to power a new blog of mine.
That’s the name. My new side-project, which is a static site generator, built using Node.js, that can transform a few Markdown files into a static site. It’s still early days now, but it’s already got paginated index pages, archive, about page, JSON feed, and of course, a page for every blog post.
To both demonstrate the features of my new tool, and to also share the progress of it’s development, I’m using Bulba to power a new development blog. It’s got a pretty nice url as well: dev.chrishannah.me .
Right now, I’m using it for Bulba specific updates, but I can imagine that in the future I may use it to write about other projects I work on too.
Earlier today, I published a post, “Introduction to Bulba”, on my new blog, where I introduce Bulba in detail, showing how it works, what features are currently implemented, and also what I’m working on next.