Full article: codenugget.co/2015/11/18/mobile-blogging-with-pythonista-jekyll-and-github.html
I've been beta-testing Ole Zorns new version of his app Pythonista for over three weeks now, and it quickly became one of my most favorite iOS apps ever. Pythonista basically started as an app which lets you run Python code on your iPhone or iPad, but since then, evolved into something more much poweful than just a REPL or stripped down IDE: Pythonista ships with some custom modules as wrappers around iOS APIs, which let you script your very own automations and even add custom UI, if you want. Pythonista 1.6 now is in its final beta phase and, at least for me, feels more like a 2.x release than just a minor update. It adds editor tabs, so you can have multiple files open at once, new modules and even a bridge for writing your own Objective-C wrappers (fingers crossed that this ever gets past App Review). But my most favorite new feature is the Pythonista app extension, which a way to run your Python scripts from within every app that supports the native iOS share sheet. When I read about this the first time, I immediately knew that I wanted to use it for optimizing my "on the go" blogging workflow.