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nanoc @ arrrrcamp (2009-05-08)

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A quick introduction to nanoc, given at arrrrcamp, may 2009.

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nanoc @ arrrrcamp (2009-05-08)

  1. 1. nanoc
  2. 2. static site compiler
  3. 3. fast
  4. 4. EXTREME CACHING
  5. 5. safe
  6. 6. versionable
  7. 7. deploy without worries
  8. 8. example
  9. 9. % nanoc create_site arrrrcamp
  10. 10. % cd arrrrcamp % nanoc compile
  11. 11. pages
  12. 12. <h1>A Brand New nanoc Site</h1> <p>You've just created a new nanoc site. The  page you are looking at right now is the home  page for your site (and it's probably the only  page).</p>
  13. 13. layouts
  14. 14.   <body>     <div id="main"> <%= @page.content %>     </div>     <div id="sidebar">       <h2>Documentation</h2>       <ul>         ...       </ul>       <h2>Community</h2>       <ul>         ...       </ul>     </div>   </body>
  15. 15. page metadata
  16. 16. title:      "My Home Page" author:     "Denis Defreyne" created_on: 2009‐05‐08
  17. 17. filters
  18. 18. rdoc bluecloth haml rainpress rubypants erubis filters rainpress redcloth erb maruku sass
  19. 19. My Home Page ============ Lorem ipsum… * Foo * Bar * Baz
  20. 20. <h1>My Home Page</h1> <p>Lorem ipsum…</p> <ul>   <li>Foo</li>   <li>Bar</li>   <li>Baz</li> </ul>
  21. 21. class Rainpress < Nanoc::Filter   identifier :rainpress   def run(content)     ::Rainpress.compress(content)   end end
  22. 22. helpers
  23. 23. <%= link_to(   'A random page written by me'   @pages.find { |p| p.author == 'Denis' } ) %>
  24. 24. demo
  25. 25. real sites
  26. 26. you can haz questions?
  27. 27. nanoc.stoneship.org freenode #nanoc or google “nanoc”

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