NSHipster is a journal of the overlooked bits in Swift, Objective-C and Cocoa. Updated weekly.
- Git 2.16.2+
- Ruby 2.4.3+
First, clone the repository by opening Terminal.app and running the following commands:
$ git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:NSHipster/nshipster.com.git $ cd nshipster.com
Next, clone the articles submodules with the following commands:
$ git submodule update --init --remote --merge
NSHipster is built using Jekyll, a blog-aware, static site generator in Ruby.
Download and update the project dependencies with Bundler using the command:
$ bundle install
To run the site locally, you must specify the configuration file corresponding to the NSHipster website you’d like to build (i.e. NSHipster.com, NSHipster.cn, etc.). You can run the site locally with the following commands:
$ bundle exec jekyll serve --config _config/default.yml,_config/$DOMAIN.yml --trace
Now open the server address in a web browser to see a local copy of the site (by default, Jekyll serves to localhost on port 4000):
$ open http://localhost:4000
NSHipster.com is hosted by Netlify.
The site is configured with continuous deployment
such that any push to the
master branch on this repository
automatically triggers a build and deploys the site, if successful.
Users with Push access can deploy the site by running the following command:
$ git push origin master
You can monitor the status of a deploy in real-time on this dashboard.
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All code is published under the MIT License.
All content is released under the Creative Commons BY-NC License.
NSHipster® and the NSHipster Logo are registered trademarks of Read Evaluate Press, LLC.