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Add Search to Hugo Sites With Azure Search

Tuesday, October 22, 2019 9:05 AM

A few months ago I re-launched my site on Hugo. At that time, my goal was simply to get off my own platform and onto Hugo. This was quickly followed up by automating my deployments with Azure Pipelines. I wasn’t finished, there were a few more things I wanted to add, including search. That’s what this post is about (and the next few). I’ll show you how I added search to the site using Azure Search, and all using the 100% free tier!

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Automated Hugo Releases With Azure Pipelines

Thursday, August 22, 2019 6:18 AM

Last week I wrote how I migrated my site from a dynamic CMS to a static site generated using Hugo. The site & all supporting processes are hosted in Microsoft Azure. In this post, I will explain how the site is automatically built and deployed when I either push new/updated content as well as on a scheduled basis. This is all implemented using Azure DevOps pipelines.

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Hosting Hugo on Azure

Saturday, August 17, 2019 6:07 PM

Last week I wrote how I migrated my site from a dynamic CMS to a static site generated using Hugo. The entire site and all supporting processes are hosted in the Microsoft cloud, specifically Azure DevOps & Microsoft Azure. In this post, I will explain how the site is hosted in Microsoft Azure. This assumes the static files have already been built so you will see how it's exposed to the world.

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Moved This Site to Hugo

Tuesday, August 13, 2019 4:02 PM

I started this site and blogging as a personal journal almost exactly 16 years ago today, in September 2003. Over the last 16 years, I’ve used three different open source engines to implement the site, starting with .Text, it’s successor SubText and then moved to Orchard CMS in 2013. Orchard served me well for the last six years, but after much consideration, I’ve made yet another re-platforming move. The site you’re reading right now is on the new platform!

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