Nexus OSS 3 has support for lots of tools like Maven, NPM, Ruby Gem and so on but for Python only PIP repository is supported, there is no support for Anaconda/Miniconda.
In this post I will explain how to use RAW repository to configure a proxy for Anaconda repository for https://repo.continuum.io.
In NodeJS you can create a command line tool which will run on the NodeJS platform. Most of the developer tools like Grunt, Gulp, even npm it self run like this.
This will be particularly use full if multiple person are working in a single site.
I have been using Jekyll for this site for more than two years. Jekyll is a great tool for static site creation, and the Jekyll sites can be hosted on Github.
I had one tiny problem I have to use
jekyll serve --watchand reload the page mannually. This is not a show stopper but it helps when the page reloads automatically. So in search for the solution I stumble up on Creating GitHub Pages With Jekyll & LiveReload.
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