A new version of Jekyll-Atom has just been released! This version adds some new syntax grammars to Atom to highlight Liquid tags and the YAML front matter. The Grammars don’t define a massive amount they are essentially just pull in
Jekyll-Atom is my Atom package for working with Jekyll (as the name implies). It makes working Jekyll a breeze but I have a had a couple of questions about how some of it works, so I am going to walk
Jekyll-Atom has just hit 1.1.0 and with this release comes some new features and adjustments to the current ones. I outlined my ideas in the state of the universe and I think I have met them all with this update.
Jekyll-Atom is pretty slow at building sites. There is a noticeable delay between hitting ctrl-S and the site being updated which really slows development. The fatal flaw is the jekyll build is building the whole site every time which as
Version 1.0.0 of Jekyll Atom has just landed and it contains some changes to the way Atom interacts with Jekyll. The big change is how your site is served in development. 0.x.x used jekyll serve -w as a child process
compile-watch is the latest Atom package I’ve been working on, it is the successor to sass-watch and takes over all the functionality of sass-watch whilst adding a lot more. The primary improvement is that it is able to compile any
I recently got into the [Atom] beta and have been using it for the past couple of weeks with no problems at all. One of the big features of [Atom] is that it is hackable to the point that it