lucybot build, you'll have a directory containing
assets. You have several options for serving this documentation to
GitHub offers free, public website hosting through GitHub pages.
By default, you'll get the domain
your-username.github.io, but you can also
add a custom domain in the Settings section of your repository.
You can serve your website from a particular branch in your repository, or
docs/ directory on the master branch. We use the latter
lucybot build --destination ./docs git add docs/* git commit -m "Build website" git push -u origin master
Be sure to visit the Settings page in your repository to enable GitHub Pages.
You can output the website to your
lucybot build --destination /var/www/html/
lucybot build s3 sync ./www s3://mybucket
lucybot build php -S 0.0.0.0:80 -t ./www