The other day I started using Jekyll, but I was searching for an effective way to write a post. I didn’t take a time to set up for writing. I just want to manage contents by using Github.
I found Jekyll’s Google Summer of Code Project in Jekyll news.
These students are working on a project that fills a huge need for the community: a graphical solution for managing your site’s content. Current plans include a fully-integrated admin which spins up when you run jekyll serve and provides a friendly web interface for creating and editing your content. The server and web interface will speak a common HTTP interface so either piece could be switched out for, e.g. a server which writes directly to a repository on GitHub.
The project includes a graphical solution for managing your site’s content. It looks really good, but unfortunately this is under development, so I have to wait for that.
But suddenly, I found Foresty.io. It looks like good contents management system for now. It works!! I could import my jekyll blog easily and fast. Also, I can connect Github from Forestry.io. They provide many options for each user.
I hope the following things will be improved in the near future:)
- Still printing the Forestry docs.
- Cannot see preview
- Edit commit message
- Publish function
And there are other CMS platform options here.