Each Harp Weekly collects articles, tutorials, and successful community projects, for designers and developers building static sites and client-side applications.
Elasticsearch is using Harp
Spencer Alger has released Elasticsearch.js, the official Elasticsearch client library for Node.js and the browser. The documentation site looks thorough, and it was put together using Harp.
Harp’s documentation for EJS improved this week. Did you know? To create an
.xml file instead of the default of
.html using EJS, all you need to do is rename it with a
.xml.ejs extension? This works in Jade, too:
.xml.jade. You can put this to good use by taking a look at how to build an RSS feed in the Harp Recipes section.
Harp’s Stack Overflow tag
If you are having trouble with Harp, you’re more than welcome to open an issue on GitHub—but maybe the question has more to do with Jade, for example. Harp now has its own tag on Stack Overflow so, if you’d like, you can also tag your questions with “Harp” and get help from the friendly people of both communities. Ask away!
Toys for Static Sites
Raymond Camden writes for Flippin’ Awesome about building static sites with dynamic features like comments, calendars, and contact forms. This is a great collection of resources and services that work well with Harp and the Harp Platform. Take a look at the article, Moving to static and keeping your toys.