A blog about servicenow.

Installing / Getting started

To get up and running you need hugo.

git clone
cd blog
path/to/hugo server --watch #should bind to localhost:1313

The code above clones this repo, goes into the new directory
and then expects you to run hugo server --watch, which
generates and serves the site locally.

Deploying / Publishing

It appears there are ways to allow Github to host hugo sites,
however, I've gone with Netlify to do this as that makes this really simple. If you don't want to test locally, you can do that as well.

  1. Logon to netlify
  2. Add a new site from Github
  3. It should have a Build Command of hugo
  4. It should have a Publish Directory of public


What's all the bells and whistles this project can perform?

  • Syntax Highlighted code
  • MermaidJS rendering
  • Built in Algolia Search
  • Pagination
  • Fast Builds (less than a minute)


If you'd like to contribute, please fork the repository and use a feature
branch. Pull requests are warmly welcome.