I’ve been reading a bit about NancyFx the last few days. It seems like a lot of fun to use, so I thought I should try to get something working. Getting something started with NancyFx might be the easiest thing I’ve ever done (considering I didn’t use a Visual Studio project template even). It took me at most 15 minutes to publish a Hello World-application to AppHarbor.
It’s been a while (again) since my last update. Partly this is because I’ve been playing a bit with Ruby and Rails. I had plans of replacing my Github Pages-hosted site and make something in Rails instead, but finally decided to stick with this one. Instead I’ve created a new design (comments are welcome!) that I’ve worked on for a bit of time. I’ll update the game pages in the next few days and then it should be done!
It’s been quite here for a few month now. First came summer and with it less computer time. Then came my son (six weeks early) and with him even less computer time.
This is pretty cool indeed! My website is now up and running on GitHub pages. My first impressions are that it is very easy to get started with and use. It also has exactly the features I need: - Simple editing of posts and pages (html and markdown) - Easy administration of website (git and notepad++) - Source control (GitHub, obviously)