I created a simple page app – in VSCode using easy-ui5 yeoman generators – showing tiles and links, stored in a JSON file, and uploaded the build to GitHub. I wanted to see whether this is really so simple to make it working on GitHub?
I approached it creating a GitHub repository and pushing the sources of the dist folder after successful build in VSCode. Your page URL consists of your GitHub name as subdomain on github.io + your repository ID. So the favorites page is available at https://attilaberencsi.github.io/favorites/ .
If you want to configure a custom Favorite site for Yourself, simply clone this repo: https://github.com/attilaberencsi/favorites and adjust the model/favorites.json file accordingly (in your own GitHub repo ).
If you want to get out more from the favorites page, here are the sources for cloning: https://github.com/attilaberencsi/favorites_src.git .
Now I can confirm, to host simple pages on GitHub is extremely easy.
Have Fun !
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