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Static web gallery generator

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# Mikula

Static image gallery generator inspired by Jekyll and JAlbum. Mikula is written in Python and supports uploads to AWS S3.

## Motivation

I used JAlbum some time ago while it was free. With enough tweaking to the themes it produced acceptable results but I always wanted more flexibility in designing my albums. Jekyll inspired me to create my own gallery generator in Python, so here it is, welcome Mikula.

## Name

Mikula is a Ukrainian version of name Nicholas.

## Installation Use pip

## Getting Started with Mikula Once you installed Mikula, clone a sample gallery from [GitHub](

`bash git clone `

### Navigate to the gallery directory

`bash cd mikula-sample-gallery `

### Configure Mukula `bash mikula configure ` If you have a AWS S3 account you can provide your access key id, access key and region. Otherwise, skip these settings.

### Build sample gallery

Choose the output directory and run: `bash mikula build --output=<your-output-directory> `

### View it Run the development server and check the results `bash mikula serve ` Click on the [link](http://localhost:5000) to open the gallery in your browser. To exit the server press Ctrl + C (or Command + C on Mac).

### Deploy it If you configured your AWS S3 credentials you can deploy your gallery to AWS S3. Choose a name for the bucket which is unique for AWS and run: `bash mikula deploy --bucket <your-bucket-name> ` Check that everything is working as expected by opening your website. The url has the following format: ` <your-bucket-name>.s3-website-<your-AWS-region> `

## Packaging Run to build the package and twine to upload it to PyPI: `bash rm dist/* rm -rf build/* python3.7 sdist bdist_wheel twine upload dist/* `

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