23 October 2021
TL;DR VS Code + Github Pages is great. iPad hardware is good. iPadOS cripples everything.
My blog’s workflow was previously relied on using VS Code on the computer for editing and committing markdown files to Github, which was not conveniently feasible on the iPad.
Now the VS Code is available as a web, it is possible to merge VS Code and Github workflow together on the iPad.
I can just open vscode.dev, coonect to Github and editing files in my blog’s repository. All of my contents were markdown, so I only need a Markdown Preview Github Styling extension to help me preview the blog content before I push to the repository.
The only drawback of this is, I couldn’t use the local Jekyll to preview the draft contents before pushing to Github. But only markdown preview is enough.
On the computer, I used Pixelmator Pro or GIMP to edit the cover images and export them as WebP. Currently all the program I known as tried was not support exporting my edits to WebP. I’ll keep the list updated here:
Last updated 23/10/2021
So currently my cover images editing workflow will be, editing -> export to jpeg -> convert to WebP on a random online JPG to WebP converter.
Since VS Code and Github are own by Microsoft, we can expect the harmony between the two. I accidentally close the Safari tab that contain VS Code and the data is still intact.
The issue is on the iPadOS, which is not designed for the multitasking as I familiar on my computer. It makes adding files to the repository is not as simple as drag-and-drop to the VS Code. I need to upload the file to the destination directory on the VS Code.