warrenlee.techSince I have recently re-vamped my site (August 2020), I would\nalso like to talk about the frameworks and tools that were used to make it.\n\nBefore this site was made I had a WordPress [https://wordpress.org] blog with a\ntailored theme, made by myself, and with all these static sites booming on the\ninternet I decided its time for the site to move on.\n\nFor the backend, I chose Ghost [https://ghost.org/] as my CMS because it is was\nmuch cleaner and it had all that I needed for a simple portfolio. Ghost is also\neasy to setup as you just install from node [https://nodejs.org/].\n\nAs for the frontend I chose Nuxtjs [https://nuxtjs.org/] as my Vue framework and \nVuetify [https://vuetifyjs.com/] as the UI library. Adding a proper gallery was\ndifficult since Ghost's gallery is just a collection of images, I had to DOM\nparse my content to pick what I needed and inject that into the gallery\ncomponent. For my search agent I am currently using Algolia\n[https://algolia.com] and for the design and layout of the site I took\ninspiration from the Ghost theme, casper [https://github.com/TryGhost/Casper]. \n\nFor now I am pretty happy with outcome. The site is much cleaner and wider as I\nhave lost the permanent sidebar. Looking forward to adding some more gimmicks to\nthe site. Right now if you go offline, there will a small alert at the bottom of\nthe site saying that you are offline.