Jekyll for Android

Some months ago I ditched my WordPress blog and fall for a platform calledJekyll (I wrote about it here).

Being hosted on Github was a great advantage but what happens when I want to post from my smartphone or tablet?

Cloning the whole project with some client and pushing it up again seemed stupid for just one file, the setup of which was pleasant because the filename should be something in the form of:

and the beginning of the file:

layout: post
title: "The Title"
summary: ""

So these days I started a little project called Jekyll for Android.

It is a little simple client for android that allows you to publish a post on your Jekyll blog if it is hosted on Github!

It it uses Github’s API and offers a Markdown Preview to check if your post looks ok (very Alpha feature) .

If you find it useful fork it, make it better or just use it!

You can find the project here!

P.S.: I wrote this post with it so it looks like it works! :p

About Me

My name is Tasos Sangiotis and I work at Arpedon, an engineering company. This website is a collection of posts, essays and photos. They are mainly about travel, food and technical stuff. Occasionally I shoot photos. They are mostly on Instagram. If you choose to wander this wasteland do so with caution. Consider this your final warning. To contact me use [email protected]