In this chapter, you will learn to build web pages around your project, hosted for free and exclusively on GitHub, by using Jekyll that is a static site generator or providing your own HTML pages.
Continuing our exploration of the GitHub features, next comes the ability to visualize a repository's data. GitHub has implemented some nice features such as graphs that can depict among others the commit activity of the contributors, the traffic a repository gains, as well as the commit history in a network graph.
Let's dive in!
At the end of the year 2008, GitHub announced GitHub Pages (https://github.com/blog/272-github-pages), a static-site hosting service. Static sites have met a great rise during ...