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10 static site generators to watch in 2021

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  1. Blazing-fast static site generator for React

    How to create a custom lint rule for Markdown and MDX using... about 2 months ago

    In the last years, modern web development architectures based on client-side JavaScript, reusable APIs and prebuilt Markup (JAMstack), and new web frameworks (Gatsby, Gridsome or Next.js), have gained increased popularity amongst developers, and even allowed us to start using JSX within our Markdown (MDX).
  2. A small framework for server-rendered universal JavaScript apps

    100 Days of Code (Next.js) about about 14 hours ago:

    I am using these next 100 days to learn, explore, and build with Next.js! I have been using React.js for a while now, and I am excited to explore what Next.js has to offer.
  3. Nuxt.js presets all the configuration needed to make your development of a Vue.js application enjoyable. It's a perfect static site generator.

    Nuxt.js and Being an Open-Source Maintainer w/ Alexander... about 9 days ago

    Alexander Lichter is a self-taught developer who now runs his own web development consulting company. He’s also a core maintainer of Nuxt.js, one of the largest Vue.js frameworks for server-side rendering and static site generation. When not working on open-source frameworks Alexander is giving talks, writing blog posts and helping other companies with regard to web development.
  4. Jekyll is a simple, blog aware, static site generator.

    How is your website impacting the planet? about 3 days ago:

    Dynamic websites are usually created with a CMS (content management system) such as Wordpress or webflow. A CMS will make queries to the website's database to dynamically generate pages. This causes a lot of work for the web server and therefore uses more energy. Static sites, on the other hand, will be generated as individual HTML files for each page with the help of a static site generator. There are many static...
  5. Hugo is a general-purpose website framework for generating static web pages.

    Drone CI - help please - deployment of static website about 3 days ago:

    If your frontend is just static html and does not need to be pre-processed or something, you don't need the build step - so the errors regarding hugo are not relevant (btw: hugo is an awesome tool to create static sites - https://gohugo.io/).
  6. Gridsome is a free & open source Vue.js-powered framework for building websites & apps that are fast by default 🚀.

    Difference between SSR, SSG, CSR and SPA about 2 months ago:

    SSG (Static Site Generation): used when your website doesn't have a lot of data that changes and can be statically generated, e.g: a bunch of html and css files that can be deployed anywhere. Examples of this are [Gatsby](https://www.gatsbyjs.com/), [Gridsome](https://gridsome.org/), [Scully](https://scully.io) and the aforementioned NextJS, SvelteKit and Sapper, which can do both SSR and SSG;.
  7. Easy to maintain open source documentation websites

    Self-Hosted Documentation about 1 day ago:

    Does anyone know any good self-hosted documentation software? I'm looking for something similar to Docusaurus. It'll be for hosting primarily legal documentation and policies, a site like https://docs.github.com/en. Preferably with a modern UI too.
  8. Simpler static site generator.

    Looking for a minmal static site generator, or is it overkill... about 3 months ago:

    I have experimented with a lot of static site generators, from Jekyll back when it was big to Gatsby with React. My all time favorite is Eleventy. It is both simple and powerful, highly recommend.
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    Scully

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  10. SK

    SvelteKit

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  11. V

    Vite

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