Caddy vs Traefik

This post will be a relatively short account of my preference for Caddy over Traefik. A fair few months ago, enough that the details have been lost and all that remains is the lesson I drew, I tried to use Traefik for a new very simple deployment. I had previously successfully used Traefik for a toy project on my raspberry pi, with it automatically registering Let’s Encrypt certificates with docker containers. [Read More]

Easy updates for your Hugo blog using Caddy

Previously I wrote about my initial plan for creating this blog using Hugo. This is a brief post on how to make it super easy to deploy updates to your blog. In fact, as easy as a git commit! All it takes is pushing your latest changes for your blog to your git repository, and it shows up automatically on your live site. Please note, this post assumes familiarity with Docker. [Read More]