This post is written entirely on iOS on my iPhone and iPad, from many places, at several times, in different situations.
- So… You don’t blog very regularly recently.
- Hmm, I don’t have enough time!
- Too busy on work?
- Nope, just enjoying the fun of the youth that I have missed for years :D
During that, I waste a lot of time without actually doing any useful thing, mostly in waiting time, e.g waiting to my gf to be ready (oh the girl! 😅), waiting for my friends to come for a coffee or any other kind of waiting. I started to think about blogging on the go. However, the only thing that I have in thoses cases is my smart phone, an iOS powered one. And dealing with all those jekyll and git stuffs on a smartphone is really a big challenge.
Let’s make the impossible become real.
First obstacle: Git, of course
Coming from the terminal and Emacs world, I have never imagined how I would use git without them. But now I do :D
Working copy by Anders Borum is a quite good choice. You have the option to pay $14.99 in order to unlock the push feature. Actually, you have to pay. Who can use git without push feature :LOL:
For me, this’s quite adequate. All the steps to clone and push from Github are set up automatically, just input your credential and done. It just took me few minutes to get used to the UI. There are Git2Go at the same price, but I feel satisfied with this so I will leave Git2Go for the next chance.