Creating an Open Research Website
In this webinar we took the group through using the Curvenote CLI to create a local Markdown based authoring experience. This lets you work with local files and notebooks to customize settings, update and add content whilst having instant feedback via a preview of the website.
To get started:
- Try curvenote: https://try.curvenote.com
- Install the command line tools
- Follow the tutorial to work locally
It is a complete tutorial, and the recording is available below (~55 mins):
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