Homestead offers a nice pre-packaged environment. But as a project grows in complexity, there will be a time where extra packages will be necessary. How to install them properly, and not to lose everything any time we need to recreate the box? How does one extend Homestead?
Alright! This was a bit of a long road, but we are finally getting there. In the previous part, we used Fabric to fully provision a server and pull our content from a Git repository. In this fourth and last part, we are going to review a complete worklow, take a few extra steps to complete our blog and conclude our journey.
In part 2, we covered the installation and configuration of Pelican in our local environment. It is now time to provision our server and publish content using Fabric.
In part 1, we set up a local environment containing everything Pelican requires to run properly. Let's move on to the installation and configuration of Pelican itself.
This series of articles will walk you through the different steps to install, setup and deploy your first Pelican blog (just like this one).
This article shows how to quickly get up and running with Vagrant, to create and use local Virtual Machines as development environments, all with a single command. This is indeed written from a web developer's standing point, and...
This article shows how to deal with Windows' specificities while trying to work with Vagrant.