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EthDen: Using CI to publish your webpage using IPFS and Textile Buckets


Okay, submissions are in and winners will be announced soon. But just because the competition is over, doesn’t mean your hack needs to stop improving. In my previous two posts I showed you,

  • How to manage dynamic folders on IPFS using Textile Buckets [https://blog.textile.io/ethden-come-learn-how-to-publish-dynamic-ipfs-buckets-on-textile/]
  • How to update your buckets automatically from your GitHub Pushes [https://blog.textile.io/ethden-2-pin-projects-to-ipfs-right-from-github/]


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