If your team is semi-technical, and writes content for a static site generator such Jekyll or Hugo, you may have wondered how to approve new content before deploying it to production.
For solo writers this isn’t a problem. You can preview the site locally. But how do you share new content with your team for proof-reading and approval before publishing?
This post shows how you can do that using Hugo, GitHub and Netlify deploy previews.
Vlad Brown has kindly published a translation of this post in Russian: Android без приложений от Google via softdroid.net
As part of my Keybits project I wanted to see how feasible it was to run my entire personal computing environment without being tied to a single major commercial entity. This means using as much open source software as possible on the devices I use: