This is a template repository which can be used to create Julia tutorials websites. To use this website as a template, go to https://github.com/rikhuijzer/JuliaTutorialsTemplate and click on the big "Use this template" button.
Some general information is provided below. For more in-depth instructions about how to use this template, see Getting started.
This template contains multiple Pluto notebooks in the
tutorials folder. These tutorials are listed on the left side of this webpage. Here,
each tutorial is created and updated in Pluto.jl, which is super easy and convenient ✔️,
evaluated and converted to Markdown files in parallel and with caching (for speed 🚀) by PlutoStaticHTML.jl and
the tutorials are embedded in a nice website by Franklin.jl 😎.
These steps all run in an automated workflow, so changing a file in your copy of this template will cause the notebooks to be evaluated again (or not, if nothing changed since the last run).
The following is the short guide, for a more detailled guide, see Getting started.
Copy the template by clicking on big "Use this template" button.
Replace the Pluto notebooks (
tutorialsby your own tutorials.
Change the menu at
layout/menu.htmlto point to the right tutorials.
Modify any text however you like, the source code has an MIT license.
GitHub will take your tutorials and convert them automatically to a pretty website.
There is a template by Fons van der Plas at https://github.com/JuliaPluto/static-export-template. That template is easier to use, sticks closer to the original Pluto appearance and has a link to a Binder for each notebook. In contrast, this template provides more flexibility in appearance and is more suitable for people who like to style their output or who even want to hide all code. Also, this template assumes some knowledge about GitHub Actions and hosting a website via GitHub Pages.