Validate Jekyll in Azure Static Web Sites before publishing to GitHub Pages

I love GitHub Pages, and I love Jekyll as my blogging enging. However, as I’m still learning Jekyll I wanted to validate any changes to the blog, content or features, before publishing to production, if possible using Pull Requests.

To do so, I’ve started a dev branch, where I can push content. Then I configured Azure Static Web Sites, following the Tutorial: Publish a Jekyll site to Azure Static Web Apps.

Now I can push to dev, wait for the GH action to push changes to staging, and validate before merging to main.

 Date: April 3, 2022
 Tags:  blog

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