Soxer Tutorials feedurn:uuid:3a7089c0-4e59-012d-f542-001e378a29882011-08-21T16:38:18+02:00Toni AnzlovarSUBJECT TO REVISION: Creating a fully fledged blogurn:uuid:91a84380-5cf1-012d-f5ed-001e378a29882011-08-21T16:38:18+02:002010-06-18T12:24:13+02:00There are countless minimalist blogging engines out there. Here is one created with Soxer. A step by step tutorial on creating the engine, as well as a fully working package. Just redesign the CSS to your needs and start blogging.Creating a small website"urn:uuid:5d922c60-4d93-012d-ed00-001e378a29882011-08-21T16:38:18+02:002010-05-06T02:20:55+02:00No matter how small or big a site is, weather it's a blog or a corporate site, it will always have documents and menus. This tutorial will make use of Rails style partials to create a menu across the entire site.Creating a proper document - or... looking at the one that's just been created :)urn:uuid:5d91f440-4d93-012d-ecff-001e378a29882011-08-21T16:38:18+02:002010-05-05T19:34:59+02:00Creating a complete web page using HAML and Markdown or even better - Maruku or, as speed tests would suggest: Rdiscount which lives above Discount, arguably the fastest markdown interpreter in this universe.A revised hello world in Soxer"urn:uuid:5d91c600-4d93-012d-ecfe-001e378a29882011-08-21T16:38:18+02:002010-05-04T04:00:00+02:00The proverbial "Hello World" with Soxer.