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Using Sphinx clever with GitHub Pages 0 (0)

Thanks to Github Pages, it has never been easier than today to create a website for your documentation. Just create a new git branch gh-pages or a folder docs , drag in an index.html file, and the website is done. Easy, right? Yes definitely, but also efficient? Not really. A website can be set up quickly, bootstrap on it and you’re done, but it gets more and more confusing as the project grows. That’s why there are special tools to make the documentation of your programs efficient. One of them, especially for Python, is Sphinx. But how do you use Sphinx with GitHub Pages?


How do I create an RPC backend with Google’s Protocol Buffers, NodeJS and NestJS? Part I: Protocol Buffers 0 (0)

Part I: Protocol Buffers

You have a new idea for an app. This should communicate strongly with a web server? Many would now start to write a RESTful-Api. Nice and old-fashioned. Maybe a little refreshed by Swagger. But in the end a JSON output of the database query. Readable for both man and machine. Why change anything?