How to deploy a static site using Mkdocs and Netlify

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  • Poetry

    Python packaging and dependency management made easy

    poetry init This command will guide you through creating your pyproject.toml config. Package name [dockerlabs]: dockerlabs Version [0.1.0]: 1.0.0 Description []: Author [Ajeet Singh Raina , n to skip]: License []: MIT Compatible Python versions [^3.10]: Would you like to define your main dependencies interactively? (yes/no) [yes] yes You can specify a package in the following forms: - A single name (requests): this will search for matches on PyPI - A name and a constraint ([email protected]^2.23.0) - A git url (git+ - A git url with a revision (git+ - A file path (../my-package/my-package.whl) - A directory (../my-package/) - A url ( Package to add or search for (leave blank to skip):

  • MkDocs

    Project documentation with Markdown.

    MkDocs is an open-source static site generator that is used to create documentation websites. It is written in Python and is built on top of the Jinja2 template engine. It uses Markdown files as the source for the documentation, and it generates a static HTML website that can be hosted on any web server.

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