Last post talked about how to build a Hugo site from scratch. If you do not plan to update the site frequently, you can just locally build the site and upload it via command line or any FTP software like WinSCP on Windows or CyberDuck on MacOS. The procedure goes like…
Mathematica now has an official dynamic notebook renderer that enables us embedding notebooks inside a web page. This post describes how to use it.
This will be a series of posts explaining the Hugo static site generator. The first post covers the installation and deployment.
Choosing colors inside a figure is always a difficult problem for me. So I developed a Mathematica package called PrettyColorize that can help me on this.