Recently I tweeted about possible workflows with Grav, and I thought I would share them here:
So, what workflows does @getgrav support? One example is to use the desktop app @Typora to create/edit Markdown content and then @GitHubDesktop to preview and push changes to your Grav site👇Alternatively, you could edit and push changes with just one app, such as @AtomEditor⏱ pic.twitter.com/EaIyikgQFh— Hibbitts Design (@hibbittsdesign) June 25, 2019
Recently I tweeted about my initial exploration of the fantastic OpenETC project, and I thought I would share them here:
Pretty jazzed to try the @cloudron_io platform for open courses and publishing with @getgrav, Markdown & Git on @openetc today. OpenETC is all about community to foster and support open infrastructure for the BC post-secondary sector, so I'll be sharing as I go along 🚀 #openetc pic.twitter.com/QY5loidk85— Hibbitts Design (@hibbittsdesign) June 19, 2019
To support organizing course content by term (or by other criteria), sharing content between different course offerings, and further-separating development of future vs. current course content, MultiCourse Hubs now support course groups (e.g. multiple course offerings grouped together).
Figure 1 - MultiCourse Hub with Groups in the Admin Panel
The Intro to Grav Video Series is a collection of tutorial-style videos that cover a range of topics, from installing Grav to editing pages to using the amazing Git Sync Plugin.
Figure 1 - YouTube Playlist
These videos are also available on the documentation site for my Grav CMS open education and publishing projects learn.hibbittsdesign.org
Features the voice and screencasting talents of Ryan Pierson.