When you don't want to cut off your PowerShell pipeline midstream just to print to console
Recently, while performing several different tasks using PowerShell, I found I had the desire to print intermediate results to the console.
This is, of course, easy to do.
My problem was that there isn’t an immediately obvious built-in way to do it that fits my style.
There are several articles explaining how to use Jekyll for creating static websites, how to build them using an existing Docker image, how to host in Azure, and the new static website feature in Azure. I just didn’t find all the resources to combine them in one place. This post describes what I learned in putting all the pieces together, and describes some of the issues I encountered.