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commit 9af3d0b3aedc0dca74c99d753703b398d5617dec
parent 4d310623409b0750d5e591c02ca61ab05f658c95
Author: Yohanes Bandung <bandungpenting@gmail.com>
Date:   Wed, 29 Apr 2020 05:43:44 +0700

refactor: modify slug

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Mconfig.dev.toml | 2+-
Mconfig.toml | 2+-
Dcontent/posts/2020-03-27-in-search-of-good-writing-app.md | 51---------------------------------------------------
Dcontent/posts/2020-04-01-in-search-of-good-writing-app-part-2.md | 69---------------------------------------------------------------------
Dcontent/posts/2020-04-15-migrating-my-blog-to-hugo.md | 47-----------------------------------------------
Acontent/posts/In Search of Good Writing App - Bear vs Ulysses.md | 51+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Acontent/posts/In Search of Good Writing App - Part 2, iA Writer vs iVim.md | 69+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Acontent/posts/Migrating My Blog to Hugo.md | 46++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Rcontent/posts/2020-04-05-nuphy-nutype-f1-keyboard-review.md -> content/posts/NuPhy NuType F1 Keyboard Review.md | 0
Rcontent/posts/2020-03-03-trying-bs-json-and-bs-fetch-to-publish-my-gist-as-blog.md -> content/posts/Trying bs-json and bs-fetch to Publish My Gist as Blog.md | 0

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diff --git a/config.dev.toml b/config.dev.toml
@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@ languageCode = "en-us"
 title = "YBBond"
 
 [permalinks]
-  posts = "/posts/:year:month:title/"
+  posts = "/posts/:year/:month/:title/"
 
 [params]
   author = "Yohanes Bandung Bondowoso"
diff --git a/config.toml b/config.toml
@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@ languageCode = "en-us"
 title = "YBBond"
 
 [permalinks]
-  posts = "/posts/:year:month:title/"
+  posts = "/posts/:year/:month/:title/"
 
 [params]
   author = "Yohanes Bandung Bondowoso"
diff --git a/content/posts/2020-03-27-in-search-of-good-writing-app.md b/content/posts/2020-03-27-in-search-of-good-writing-app.md
@@ -1,51 +0,0 @@
----
-title: In Search of Good Writing App - Bear vs Ulysses
-author: Yohanes Bandung Bondowoso
-description: I got my first mechanical bluetooth keyboard. I searched for good writing app.
-tags:
-  - Blogs #blogs
-  - Apps #apps
-  - Apple Apps #apple_apps
-date: 2020-03-27T21:01:33
----
-
-The fourth day after I started my subscription with the result of this article, I found the best Writing App and I stick with it. You can read it here [In Search of Good Writing App - Part 2, iVim](https://blog.ybbond.dev/posts/2020-04-01-in-search-of-good-writing-app-part-2/)
-
----
-
-I just got my new NuType F1 keyboard that I have waited for 4 months from [Kickstarter](https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/nuphy/nutype-revolutionizing-the-laptop-typing-experience).
-
-I was quite surprised when the man from DHL courier service called me. I got the delivery tracking code 3 days before, and didn’t expect the keyboard got delivered from Hong Kong to Jakarta, Indonesia in that short time.
-
-After I tried the keyboard on My Office’s MacBook Pro (MBP), and tried connecting it to my iPad mini, I feel the need of a good _writing app_ that syncs between my Apple Devices (screw you Bandung, you despised Apple before you got your first Mac!). Previously, I thought my trusty programming text editor — **NeoVim** in **Kitty**, will suffice the need. I can just make a folder in my iCloud folder that contains all my markdown note files. I also thought that I will not tolerate the lack of modal editing in regular writing app.
-
-With each part NeoVim excels at, it falls short in other. I cannot sync my work easily with it. Even if I can store the blog post files in iCloud directory in the MBP, I must find a good writing app for the iPad.
-
-My eyes locked between two options: **Bear** and **Ulysses**.
-
-## Bear
-I personally find Bear to be a semi WYSIWYG Markdown editor. Bear use real life MarkDown syntax that can be directly copy-pasted to GitHub Gist as my blogging CMS.
-
-Bear uses tags to manage Notes, where each tags represent container, and tags can be nested to represent containers inside container. If that sounds messy for you, try to remember how the tags in website works, and how the nested tags are like the breadcrumbs of website navigation. I will use the writing app for my blog, so the management system of Bear satisfy me enough.
-
-Bear on iPad has a good website _scraping_ & _bookmarking_ system. The Bear share plugin on Safari can append/prepend the link to a dedicated Note, or create new Note with the web’s content scraped.
-
-Bear on iPad doesn’t have search feature inside the Note editor, even though it has system-wide search. Weird.
-
-## Ulysses
-The main catch point that I like from Ulysses is that it shows the heading marks (the _number sign_ “#”) in the left, as how I want my website layout to look like. Unlike Bear, this app won’t enlarge the Headings section, but as I told you, it change the Headings’ color and added marks.
-
-Ulysses also have a great system wide search, it allows you to search words and can be narrowed by keywords (Ulysses’s version of Bear’s tags), even by Markdown formatting! Ulysses provides MacOS’s Spotlight like search.
-
-Ulysses on Mac has focus mode that includes _typewriter mode_. The mode makes the position of cursor location fixed, as if you are typing with a typewriter. It also has 
-
-## Theming
-Both of them has great theming, Ulysses allows you to modify each markup color individually. Bear on Mac has ‘focus mode’ on by default if you omit all the sidebar, while Ulysses allow you to hide the top toolbar to have ‘focus mode’.
-
-Ulysses has line number (or paragraph number, to be exact) to the right of texts, maybe that can be your consideration point. Not for me, though.
-
-## Price
-Ulysses’s subscription fee is more expensive than Bear, at **Rp459000/year** compared to **Rp199000/year**. That’s one consideration point.
-
-## Conclusion
-I am writing this section on Ulysses, but I know that I will stick to Bear. Personally, I find Bear’s interface to be cleaner and more pleasant to type on. I will always liked Ulysses’s displaying marks to the left of Headings, but that slightly major point can be ignored. *sigh*
diff --git a/content/posts/2020-04-01-in-search-of-good-writing-app-part-2.md b/content/posts/2020-04-01-in-search-of-good-writing-app-part-2.md
@@ -1,69 +0,0 @@
----
-title: In Search of Good Writing App - Part 2, iA Writer vs iVim
-author: Yohanes Bandung Bondowoso
-description: A week with Bear, I tried other writing tool for my iPad.
-tags:
-  - Blogs #blogs
-  - Apps #apps
-  - Apple Apps #apple_apps
-date: 2020-04-01T18:22:31
-image:
-  src: https://cdn.ybbond.dev/pictures/blog/2020-04-01-in-search-of-good-writing-app-part-2/ia-writer-headline.jpg
----
-
-> “Orang emang gak pernah puas!” - Indonesian colloquial sayings
->
-> “People are never satisfied” - Paulo Coelho’s almost literal translation
-
-Part 2 of my previous post: [In Search of Good Writing App - Bear vs Ulysses](https://blog.ybbond.dev/posts/2020-03-27-in-search-of-good-writing-app/)
-
----
-
-In the previous post, I compared [Ulysses](https://ulysses.app/) and [Bear](https://bear.app). I ended up subscribing to Bear. Bear itself is a good writing app, with nice clean interface design, great synchronization between MacOS and iOS (or iPadOS) platform, with a _just right_ MarkDown implementation.
-
-I feel satisfied with my three days of Bear usage. The subscription model does not bother me, but I found several aspect to reconsider:
-
-### Backup
-One thing I like from Ulysses is file versioning similar to MacOS's _Time Machine_. Bear lacks that feature, changes I made will replace the previous version of the file in iCloud. The only way to access file history in Bear is through undo. Yep, plain old undo.
-
-### File Storage
-Bear store my notes in its own enclosed library. I have no option to store my notes in external folder. This issue makes me think about the continuity of this subscription. Other writer also stated [this issue](https://joseperez.fm/2019/goodbye-bear-hello-ia-writer/), and his post gave me the idea to check **iA Writer**.
-
-### Modal Editing
-I came from modal editing world. The lack of **Vim** keybinding annoys me. This aspect is of my very own opinion.
-
-Thus came other candidates
-
-## iA Writer
-
-I installed the trial version on Mac. The main takeaway is iA Writer give the writer full control of its edited file. It uses iCloud to sync between devices. Mac version also has file versioning similar to _Time Machine_. iA Writer also supports opening external folder, enabling me to edit markdown file from my GitHub Gist.
-
-![iA Writer with its unique syntax highlighting](https://cdn.ybbond.dev/pictures/blog/2020-04-01-in-search-of-good-writing-app-part-2/ia-writer-headline.jpg)
-
-The app supports _focus mode_, which consists of _typewriter mode_ similar to Ulysses' and [syntax highlighting](https://ia.net/topics/ia5_writer_features/syntax-highlight) that unique to iA Writer. The latter feature sounds unnecessary to me, because I thought highlighting non-code text will distracts me more than it helps me. I tried writing with _syntax highlighting_ on, and I realized it helps choosing good words and/or 'refactoring' the written text. The app's website has good [blog posts](https://ia.net/writer/support/writing-tips/parts-of-speech) that give tips to write well.
-
-iA Writer also has side-by-side preview feature. Plus point is this app has good shortcut to access its main features.
-
-I consider this app pricey. It uses single payment approach, the Mac version costs Rp450000 while the iOS (iPadOS included) version costs Rp120000. I use the iA Writer trial on Mac for a while, kinda like it, but it reminds me to one 'writing app' that I consider home.
-
-That is Goyo plugin on Vim. Then I searched for Vim in iPadOS. I found it.
-
-## iVim
-
-![Image of the keyboard](https://cdn.ybbond.dev/pictures/blog/2020-04-01-in-search-of-good-writing-app-part-2/ivim.jpg)
-
-I thought Vim app in iOS will be limiting and can only edit the files in the app's bundle file. I found iVim can edit file from other source. It also supports vimrc and plugins too! [This posts](https://www.reddit.com/r/vim/comments/9ki5g8/ivim_ios_howtos/) helps me a lot.
-
-I configured my iVim as a Zen Writing Tool_. I installed `Goyo`, `vim-markdown`, and Tim Pope's essential shortcut plugins that have been accompanying my typing journey for 2 years. The result is satisfying:
-
-I use all of Bear, iA Writer (on Mac) and iVim for a while, eliminated Bear because of its low I mentioned above, and feel that the lack of preview makes iVim lacky. I read from reddit and other "this app vs. that app" posts that iA Writer for iOS is a worth buy. I decided to try purchasing iA Writer for iOS. 
-
-The iOS version of iA Writer has all the great features of its Mac version. It has some quirks though. It  doesn't have built in support to bookmark or scrape website contents (Bear has it), the keyboard shortcut for iPadOS lacks feature to focus on editor. The solution for the first problem is to use Apple's Shortcut. For the second problem, I have to tap the iPad screen each time I opened the menu, inconvenient for keyboard person like me.
-
-## Conclusion
-
-![iA writer for iPadOS, portrait mode](https://cdn.ybbond.dev/pictures/blog/2020-04-01-in-search-of-good-writing-app-part-2/ia-writer-portrait.jpg)
-
-In the end, I prefer iA Writer to iVim and Bear. I like the preview mode, I like the syntax highlighting, I like when I succeed scripting the shortcut to bookmark or scrape website.
-
-I don't like the lack of good keyboard shortcut and no modal editing, but the good side overcome the bad side easily.
diff --git a/content/posts/2020-04-15-migrating-my-blog-to-hugo.md b/content/posts/2020-04-15-migrating-my-blog-to-hugo.md
@@ -1,46 +0,0 @@
----
-title: Migrating My Blog to Hugo
-author: Yohanes Bandung Bondowoso
-description: I originally planned to make my own MarkDown parser and use gist as my blog CMS. After researched a bit between static site generator, I choose Hugo.
-tags:
-  - Blogs #blogs
-  - Web Development #web_development
-date: 2020-04-15T01:59:34
----
-
-In the start of 2020, I planned to expand my [personal page](https://ybbond.dev/) to not only contain my "CV", but also use it as my blog. That webpage is created with ReactJS, and my original idea was to make a new page that fetch data from GitHub Gist, then parse the MarkDown file to HTML file[^1]. I also planned (and I will not drop this one, for the sake of learning) to make that webpage server rendered.
-
-[^1]: The more original idea was to create this with ReasonReact, as written in my other [post](https://blog.ybbond.dev/posts/2020-03-03-trying-bs-json-and-bs-fetch-to-publish-my-gist-as-blog).
-
-After 20% progress of making MarkDown to HTML parser, I got tired. Instead of reinventing the wheel, I thought that my time can be used to write my blog. So I researched for a static site generator. My primary writing tool, iA Writer boasts that it supports **Ghost**, **Wordpress** and **Medium**. I omitted Medium because I want to self-host the site. I omitted Wordpress too, because I am not too good at PHP Language. Then I try searching for Ghost, and it doesn't get my interest at all.
-
-Other options I found was **Jekyll**, **Hugo**, **nanoc** and **Gatsby**. I tried Gatsby for work and side projects, and the two others just doesn't fit my needs.
-
-One of the thing I like is that it parse MarkDown automatically. It supports the flavor of MarkDown that parses footnotes[^2], and its native support for tables
-
-[^2]: Like the one you probably noticed already. This is one.
-
-This | is
------|------
-  an | example
-  of | table.
-
-I can also insert code snippets! Yeay!
-
-
-```html
-<!DOCTYPE html>
-<html lang="en">
-    <head>
-        <meta charset="UTF-8">
-        <title>Example HTML5 Document</title>
-    </head>
-    <body>
-        <p>Test</p>
-    </body>
-</html>
-```
-
-I am genuinely happy for using Hugo. I might keep using this for a while, before I'll have an itch to try other static site  generators 😄
-
-Cheers!-
\ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/content/posts/In Search of Good Writing App - Bear vs Ulysses.md b/content/posts/In Search of Good Writing App - Bear vs Ulysses.md
@@ -0,0 +1,51 @@
+---
+title: In Search of Good Writing App - Bear vs Ulysses
+author: Yohanes Bandung Bondowoso
+description: I got my first mechanical bluetooth keyboard. I searched for good writing app.
+tags:
+  - Blogs #blogs
+  - Apps #apps
+  - Apple Apps #apple_apps
+date: 2020-03-27T21:01:33
+---
+
+The fourth day after I started my subscription with the result of this article, I found the best Writing App and I stick with it. You can read it here [In Search of Good Writing App - Part 2, iVim](/posts/2020/04/in-search-of-good-writing-app-part-2-ia-writer-vs-ivim/)
+
+---
+
+I just got my new NuType F1 keyboard that I have waited for 4 months from [Kickstarter](https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/nuphy/nutype-revolutionizing-the-laptop-typing-experience).
+
+I was quite surprised when the man from DHL courier service called me. I got the delivery tracking code 3 days before, and didn’t expect the keyboard got delivered from Hong Kong to Jakarta, Indonesia in that short time.
+
+After I tried the keyboard on My Office’s MacBook Pro (MBP), and tried connecting it to my iPad mini, I feel the need of a good _writing app_ that syncs between my Apple Devices (screw you Bandung, you despised Apple before you got your first Mac!). Previously, I thought my trusty programming text editor — **NeoVim** in **Kitty**, will suffice the need. I can just make a folder in my iCloud folder that contains all my markdown note files. I also thought that I will not tolerate the lack of modal editing in regular writing app.
+
+With each part NeoVim excels at, it falls short in other. I cannot sync my work easily with it. Even if I can store the blog post files in iCloud directory in the MBP, I must find a good writing app for the iPad.
+
+My eyes locked between two options: **Bear** and **Ulysses**.
+
+## Bear
+I personally find Bear to be a semi WYSIWYG Markdown editor. Bear use real life MarkDown syntax that can be directly copy-pasted to GitHub Gist as my blogging CMS.
+
+Bear uses tags to manage Notes, where each tags represent container, and tags can be nested to represent containers inside container. If that sounds messy for you, try to remember how the tags in website works, and how the nested tags are like the breadcrumbs of website navigation. I will use the writing app for my blog, so the management system of Bear satisfy me enough.
+
+Bear on iPad has a good website _scraping_ & _bookmarking_ system. The Bear share plugin on Safari can append/prepend the link to a dedicated Note, or create new Note with the web’s content scraped.
+
+Bear on iPad doesn’t have search feature inside the Note editor, even though it has system-wide search. Weird.
+
+## Ulysses
+The main catch point that I like from Ulysses is that it shows the heading marks (the _number sign_ “#”) in the left, as how I want my website layout to look like. Unlike Bear, this app won’t enlarge the Headings section, but as I told you, it change the Headings’ color and added marks.
+
+Ulysses also have a great system wide search, it allows you to search words and can be narrowed by keywords (Ulysses’s version of Bear’s tags), even by Markdown formatting! Ulysses provides MacOS’s Spotlight like search.
+
+Ulysses on Mac has focus mode that includes _typewriter mode_. The mode makes the position of cursor location fixed, as if you are typing with a typewriter. It also has 
+
+## Theming
+Both of them has great theming, Ulysses allows you to modify each markup color individually. Bear on Mac has ‘focus mode’ on by default if you omit all the sidebar, while Ulysses allow you to hide the top toolbar to have ‘focus mode’.
+
+Ulysses has line number (or paragraph number, to be exact) to the right of texts, maybe that can be your consideration point. Not for me, though.
+
+## Price
+Ulysses’s subscription fee is more expensive than Bear, at **Rp459000/year** compared to **Rp199000/year**. That’s one consideration point.
+
+## Conclusion
+I am writing this section on Ulysses, but I know that I will stick to Bear. Personally, I find Bear’s interface to be cleaner and more pleasant to type on. I will always liked Ulysses’s displaying marks to the left of Headings, but that slightly major point can be ignored. *sigh*
diff --git a/content/posts/In Search of Good Writing App - Part 2, iA Writer vs iVim.md b/content/posts/In Search of Good Writing App - Part 2, iA Writer vs iVim.md
@@ -0,0 +1,69 @@
+---
+title: In Search of Good Writing App - Part 2, iA Writer vs iVim
+author: Yohanes Bandung Bondowoso
+description: A week with Bear, I tried other writing tool for my iPad.
+tags:
+  - Blogs #blogs
+  - Apps #apps
+  - Apple Apps #apple_apps
+date: 2020-04-01T18:22:31
+image:
+  src: https://cdn.ybbond.dev/pictures/blog/2020-04-01-in-search-of-good-writing-app-part-2/ia-writer-headline.jpg
+---
+
+> “Orang emang gak pernah puas!” - Indonesian colloquial sayings
+>
+> “People are never satisfied” - Paulo Coelho’s almost literal translation
+
+Part 2 of my previous post: [In Search of Good Writing App - Bear vs Ulysses](/posts/2020/03/in-search-of-good-writing-app-bear-vs-ulysses/)
+
+---
+
+In the previous post, I compared [Ulysses](https://ulysses.app/) and [Bear](https://bear.app). I ended up subscribing to Bear. Bear itself is a good writing app, with nice clean interface design, great synchronization between MacOS and iOS (or iPadOS) platform, with a _just right_ MarkDown implementation.
+
+I feel satisfied with my three days of Bear usage. The subscription model does not bother me, but I found several aspect to reconsider:
+
+### Backup
+One thing I like from Ulysses is file versioning similar to MacOS's _Time Machine_. Bear lacks that feature, changes I made will replace the previous version of the file in iCloud. The only way to access file history in Bear is through undo. Yep, plain old undo.
+
+### File Storage
+Bear store my notes in its own enclosed library. I have no option to store my notes in external folder. This issue makes me think about the continuity of this subscription. Other writer also stated [this issue](https://joseperez.fm/2019/goodbye-bear-hello-ia-writer/), and his post gave me the idea to check **iA Writer**.
+
+### Modal Editing
+I came from modal editing world. The lack of **Vim** keybinding annoys me. This aspect is of my very own opinion.
+
+Thus came other candidates
+
+## iA Writer
+
+I installed the trial version on Mac. The main takeaway is iA Writer give the writer full control of its edited file. It uses iCloud to sync between devices. Mac version also has file versioning similar to _Time Machine_. iA Writer also supports opening external folder, enabling me to edit markdown file from my GitHub Gist.
+
+![iA Writer with its unique syntax highlighting](https://cdn.ybbond.dev/pictures/blog/2020-04-01-in-search-of-good-writing-app-part-2/ia-writer-headline.jpg)
+
+The app supports _focus mode_, which consists of _typewriter mode_ similar to Ulysses' and [syntax highlighting](https://ia.net/topics/ia5_writer_features/syntax-highlight) that unique to iA Writer. The latter feature sounds unnecessary to me, because I thought highlighting non-code text will distracts me more than it helps me. I tried writing with _syntax highlighting_ on, and I realized it helps choosing good words and/or 'refactoring' the written text. The app's website has good [blog posts](https://ia.net/writer/support/writing-tips/parts-of-speech) that give tips to write well.
+
+iA Writer also has side-by-side preview feature. Plus point is this app has good shortcut to access its main features.
+
+I consider this app pricey. It uses single payment approach, the Mac version costs Rp450000 while the iOS (iPadOS included) version costs Rp120000. I use the iA Writer trial on Mac for a while, kinda like it, but it reminds me to one 'writing app' that I consider home.
+
+That is Goyo plugin on Vim. Then I searched for Vim in iPadOS. I found it.
+
+## iVim
+
+![Image of the keyboard](https://cdn.ybbond.dev/pictures/blog/2020-04-01-in-search-of-good-writing-app-part-2/ivim.jpg)
+
+I thought Vim app in iOS will be limiting and can only edit the files in the app's bundle file. I found iVim can edit file from other source. It also supports vimrc and plugins too! [This posts](https://www.reddit.com/r/vim/comments/9ki5g8/ivim_ios_howtos/) helps me a lot.
+
+I configured my iVim as a Zen Writing Tool_. I installed `Goyo`, `vim-markdown`, and Tim Pope's essential shortcut plugins that have been accompanying my typing journey for 2 years. The result is satisfying:
+
+I use all of Bear, iA Writer (on Mac) and iVim for a while, eliminated Bear because of its low I mentioned above, and feel that the lack of preview makes iVim lacky. I read from reddit and other "this app vs. that app" posts that iA Writer for iOS is a worth buy. I decided to try purchasing iA Writer for iOS. 
+
+The iOS version of iA Writer has all the great features of its Mac version. It has some quirks though. It  doesn't have built in support to bookmark or scrape website contents (Bear has it), the keyboard shortcut for iPadOS lacks feature to focus on editor. The solution for the first problem is to use Apple's Shortcut. For the second problem, I have to tap the iPad screen each time I opened the menu, inconvenient for keyboard person like me.
+
+## Conclusion
+
+![iA writer for iPadOS, portrait mode](https://cdn.ybbond.dev/pictures/blog/2020-04-01-in-search-of-good-writing-app-part-2/ia-writer-portrait.jpg)
+
+In the end, I prefer iA Writer to iVim and Bear. I like the preview mode, I like the syntax highlighting, I like when I succeed scripting the shortcut to bookmark or scrape website.
+
+I don't like the lack of good keyboard shortcut and no modal editing, but the good side overcome the bad side easily.
diff --git a/content/posts/Migrating My Blog to Hugo.md b/content/posts/Migrating My Blog to Hugo.md
@@ -0,0 +1,46 @@
+---
+title: Migrating My Blog to Hugo
+author: Yohanes Bandung Bondowoso
+description: I originally planned to make my own MarkDown parser and use gist as my blog CMS. After researched a bit between static site generator, I choose Hugo.
+tags:
+  - Blogs #blogs
+  - Web Development #web_development
+date: 2020-04-15T01:59:34
+---
+
+In the start of 2020, I planned to expand my [personal page](https://ybbond.dev/) to not only contain my "CV", but also use it as my blog. That webpage is created with ReactJS, and my original idea was to make a new page that fetch data from GitHub Gist, then parse the MarkDown file to HTML file[^1]. I also planned (and I will not drop this one, for the sake of learning) to make that webpage server rendered.
+
+[^1]: The more original idea was to create this with ReasonReact, as written in my other [post](/posts/2020/03/trying-bs-json-and-bs-fetch-to-publish-my-gist-as-blog/).
+
+After 20% progress of making MarkDown to HTML parser, I got tired. Instead of reinventing the wheel, I thought that my time can be used to write my blog. So I researched for a static site generator. My primary writing tool, iA Writer boasts that it supports **Ghost**, **Wordpress** and **Medium**. I omitted Medium because I want to self-host the site. I omitted Wordpress too, because I am not too good at PHP Language. Then I try searching for Ghost, and it doesn't get my interest at all.
+
+Other options I found was **Jekyll**, **Hugo**, **nanoc** and **Gatsby**. I tried Gatsby for work and side projects, and the two others just doesn't fit my needs.
+
+One of the thing I like is that it parse MarkDown automatically. It supports the flavor of MarkDown that parses footnotes[^2], and its native support for tables
+
+[^2]: Like the one you probably noticed already. This is one.
+
+This | is
+-----|------
+  an | example
+  of | table.
+
+I can also insert code snippets! Yeay!
+
+
+```html
+<!DOCTYPE html>
+<html lang="en">
+    <head>
+        <meta charset="UTF-8">
+        <title>Example HTML5 Document</title>
+    </head>
+    <body>
+        <p>Test</p>
+    </body>
+</html>
+```
+
+I am genuinely happy for using Hugo. I might keep using this for a while, before I'll have an itch to try other static site  generators 😄
+
+Cheers!
diff --git a/content/posts/2020-04-05-nuphy-nutype-f1-keyboard-review.md b/content/posts/NuPhy NuType F1 Keyboard Review.md
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