• Looks Like Working Copy Is The Way To Go

    After some messing around with Day One, it seems like Working Copy is a better solution for updating a GitHub Pages blog site. If there was a way to export images and the post together through Day One, it would be fantastic - but it doesn’t seem like there is, so I can just write my posts directly in the editor included with Working Copy and upload my images through the same application. Since I...
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  • Testing Images Through Day One

    Here’s a picture I took in my back yard. Want to see if there’s an easy way that I can get this exported to my website. It seems that there is not an easy way. Day One wants to export the image (only) to Working Copy, so I had to copy the text of the markdown file and manually export that into Working Copy as well. It may turn out that Working Copy is the...
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  • Getting Day One to Work With GitHub Pages

    The secret to getting this to work, it seemed, was an amazing app on the App Store called “Working Copy” - this app allows you to manage GitHub repositories on your iOS device. You can set up Working Copy as an export available in Day One, which then allows you to export directly from the Day One app into Working Copy as a file in your GitHub repository. You can even commit directly from Day...
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  • Day One First Post

    So … I’m trying out this app called “Day One” to write blog entries. The app seems pretty nice, in that it saves posts in MarkDown format (which is luckily the same format that GitHub pages + Jekyll requires for entries) - the export process is not perfect, especially when you have to push to a GitHub branch, but I’m going to keep trying it out and see how it works. If it’s easy to...
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