This new keyword-search plugin makes it super easy to add search to your site. This post specifically dives into how to set it up for a Hugo site.
This new section of the dashboard provides valuable insights into your website traffic including visist, page views, visitor locations, devices, traffic source, and more.
Forestry.io is a CMS designed for managing content for Jekyll and Hugo sites. Here we demonstrate how to continuously deploy content updates to Aerobatic.
Show how to use the form-submit plugin to append to a Google spreadsheet using Zapier
A tutorial on how to continuously build and deploy a Jekyll site with Bitbucket Pipelines.
Create a blog in RStudio and deploy easily to Aerobatic.
Add a login page to a Hugo site hosted on Bitbucket
Add a login page to a Jekyll site in a few minutes without worrying about server-side code
With the recent introduction of our new CLI, you can now host your Hugo sites on GitHub and using a Continuous Deployment tool like CircleCI, deploy to Aerobatic.
Our marketing site, www.aerobatic.com, is built with Hugo. Learn about how we use npm scripts to manage our build and deploy process.
Aerobatic builds, deploys, and hosts your Jekyll site from Github, using Travis CI.
A tutorial on how to continuously build and deploy a Hugo site with Bitbucket Pipelines.
Now your websites hosted on Aerobatic can take full advantage of the performance benefits of HTTP/2.
We've switched our CI/CD pipeline from AWS Lambda to Docker and think you'll like it much better.
We recently introduced multi-region support for our AWS static hosting platform starting with eu-central-1 in Frankfurt
Gatsby transforms plain text into dynamic blogs and websites using the latest web technologies. It's easy to get started with — and host on Aerobatic
How to deploy a Lektor static site with Bitbucket.
Autobuild and deploy Wintersmith static sites with Bitbucket.
Aerobatic builds, deploys, and hosts your Hugo site all from Bitbucket. Simple!
Use this single purpose site to see if it's cold enough to store beer outside, and learn about some great Aerobatic features.
I'm a developer. S3 is almost free. Why would I pay for a static hosting service?
Register your own domain with Aerobatic and get an automatic self-renewing wildcard certificate at no extra charge.
How to create d3 charts with large data files on AWS S3 instead of a git repo.
How to configure continuous deployment to one or more staging environments and promote versions to production.
How to efficiently deal with large files in your website by storing them on S3 and the rest of your site in a git repository.
Let your presentation's attendees see your slides online — by hosting Reveal.js slide shows on Aerobatic
How to build a continuous integration pipeline for a ReactJS app using Gulp to build and test your app, Wercker for CI, Bitbucket for code hosting, and Aerobatic for hosting the static site.
How to build a continuous integration pipeline for a Jekyll static site using Codeship for CI, Bitbucket for code hosting, and Aerobatic for hosting the static site.
How to create a static site for your Swagger API documentation and host it on Bitbucket and Aerobatic
All the features a front-end dev needs in a static hosting provider, with simple pricing that a human can understand.
How to build a continuous integration pipeline for a Hugo static site using Wercker for CI, Bitbucket for code hosting, and Aerobatic for hosting the static site.
Easily provide a custom 404 page for a better user experience by using the Aerobatic custom-errors plugin.
Use a Slack inbound webhook and the Aerobatic API proxy to post a Jekyll form instead of PHP.
How to move your static site from Github to Bitbucket, and Heroku to Aerobatic.
Call APIs from your static site without worrying about cross origin resource sharing (CORS) policies. Stop leaking sensitive keys to the client by setting environment variables, all with the Aerobatic API proxy.