What do you mean?
You could use Netlify to deploy the website to production, if that is what you srw referring to.
I mean with Jekyll I do git push to my ghpages and that’s it.
You could set up Hugo to work on GitHub pages, too:
You don’t hear me. OK, I don’t need to get a server, I need to dance around my content.
With Jekyll I do git push to publish my new blog post.
I hear you, but I don' get it.
If you set up Netlify, then you could configure a trigger to start a new build on every push.
Why would I though? It perfectly works without any 3rd parties and it takes 10 seconds to get published. I can live with that delay.
Well, you could set up A/B testing, custom hooks, branch deploys, handle form sumbissions, and many more. And all that for free!
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