Blog written in AsciiDoc (Update)friday, march 20, 2015
I updated my blog which is written entirely in AsciiDoc from static files to a JavaEE application. It connects to a Git repository and incrementally renders new entries with AsciidoctorJ.
In an earlier blog post I wrote about my AsciidoctorJ Maven extension which renders AsciiDoc files to static HTML pages. Now I took it one step further and included Asciidoctor in a JavaEE application.
The blog posts are managed in a Git repository which is accessed from the application. Only posts which have been changed are rendered to HTML snippets and stored in a HashMap.
Changing from static files to JavaEE allows dynamic features like statistic calculations.
A separate Wildfly Module is needed because of the JRuby integration of AsciidoctorJ (see Running AsciidoctorJ on WildFly AS).
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