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Stars - the number of stars that a project has on GitHub. Growth - month over month growth in stars.
Activity is a relative number indicating how actively a project is being developed. Recent commits have higher weight than older ones.
For example, an activity of 9.0 indicates that a project is amongst the top 10% of the most actively developed projects that we are tracking.
Best self hosted micro blog?
reddit.com/r/selfhosted | 2021-09-21
What's good about Hugo is really fast build times, previously I used both hexo.io and https://vuepress.vuejs.org/ but while vuepress is nice to start with it's nearly impossible to finish the website due to lack of features. Hexo is also nice but their templating language is not always intuitive (my hexo based website: https://webhookrelay.com/)
Best way to make a blog website with emacs org mode?
reddit.com/r/emacs | 2021-09-09
I used to use hexo with hexo-renderer-org, but at some point I started getting too many issues. Can't remember details right now. It was something with the hexo-renderer-org package.
Static site generators to watch in 2021
news.ycombinator.com | 2021-06-07
No you're absolutely right -- these are all headless CMSes, I did not actually complete the JAMstack, only the wrong piece -- I don't know what I was thinking, don't know what made me zoom in on CMSes so much, guess I think of them as more important than the front-end in a JAMstack.
As recompense, some lesser known options for the frontend part of the JAMstack that weren't mentioned in the original post:
Show HN: I made a blog that serves posts from my Google Docs
news.ycombinator.com | 2021-05-13
Creating a minimalist blog with Jekyll Now
news.ycombinator.com | 2021-04-11
I ended up picking hexo, as the hexo admin plugin provides a nice localhost CMS/editor that supports image pasting, tag editing etc (could be hosted online too for remote/mobile access, but wouldn't be truly static/server-less at that point).
How to create a blog using Hexo static site generator and free web hosting on GitLab Pages
dev.to | 2021-03-27
We will use Hexo as a blog framework, GitLab Pages as a free hosting with HTTPS and a custom domain, Node JS and Git.
SEO practice in SPA site
dev.to | 2021-03-13
hexo is the most typical in the static template rendering scheme. Such frameworks need to specify a specific template language (such as pug) to develop themes, so as to achieve the purpose of direct output of web content.
Blog with Markdown and Git, and degrade gracefully through time
news.ycombinator.com | 2021-02-08
I use hexo, it's a simple structure (git + md) easy to publish to a CDN and the src lives on github.
How I automated publishing my personal blog posts to dev.to
dev.to | 2021-10-17
My personal website is setup as a GitHub Page which allows me to focus on content by turning text checked in to a GitHub repo into a static website using jekyll.
Help with GitHub Pages to turn a repository into a presentation website
reddit.com/r/github | 2021-10-14
3) Jekyll is a static site generator. Basically, it takes a directory of markdown files, applies a theme to them and produces HTML for them. The official site will go into more detail about how it does that. It was initially created by one of the GitHub founders.
Component hydration with MDX in Next.js and Nx
dev.to | 2021-10-12
Markdown already gives a lot of flexibility in that you can use both, the Markdown syntax as well as plain HTML for links or embedded content. Many of the common static site generators such as Jekyll and Hugo (just to name a few), provide so-called "includes". These are basically snippets or macros that get executed during the static site generation and usually produce a piece of HTML that gets embedded into the existing markdown rendered content. Take for instance the following Hugo snippet which allows to embed an Egghead.io video into a page.
Publishing a Next.js app to Vercel with Nx
dev.to | 2021-10-12
In our specific context of developing our personal portfolio website or blog, we can totally rely on static site generators. Tools like Jekyll, Eleventy, Hugo and so on do a perfect job in taking a set of markdown files and transform them into static HTML files. These can be deployed to any web server that is able to statically serve files. Often these tools are very opinionated on how you should structure your site and where to place the markdown files. This can be a pro and cons, depending on your needs. While for a simple portfolio website you don't really need any kind of backend, as your site grows, you might find it useful to have access to simple cloud functions and persistent backend storage to create a more dynamic experience for your visitors.
Setup Your Free Portfolio With A Blog Using GitHub Pages
dev.to | 2021-10-11
This article is part of a series showing you how to quickly and freely build and host your own Jekyll blog on GitHub Pages. This series will also cover more advanced topics like adding a comment system directly in our code using Staticman and adding privacy-friendly but still free analytics using Umami.
Build A Portfolio With A Blog Using GitHub Pages
dev.to | 2021-10-10
In this tutorial, we will use a static site generator named Jekyll. Jekyll is the framework used by GitHub to power GitHub Pages, which gives us the significant advantage of having GitHub building our pages without needing to do anything.
The Startup Tools I Can't Live Without
dev.to | 2021-10-07
Jekyll - While not the most modern static site generator available, Jekyll works well. Most of the blogs I operate run on Jekyll at this point.
How to Build an Ecommerce Website with Jekyll, Strapi, Snipcart and Tailwind CSS
dev.to | 2021-10-07
Jekyll: Jekyll is a simple blog-aware static site generator used for creating personal websites, blogs, documentation websites, corporate websites, etc. Jekyll was built with the Ruby programming language, and it uses the liquid templating engine as its templating engine. Jekyll is also the engine powering GitHub pages.
Making a page builder with CloudCannon
dev.to | 2021-10-06
Live editing on CloudCannon is enabled with the use of Bookshop. Bookshop is a component development workflow for static websites which currently supports Jekyll and Eleventy, and will support a wider variety of static site generators in the near future.
Everything you need to know about Opensource Jamstack
dev.to | 2021-10-06
Another well-known open-source SSG is Jekyll with over 900 contributors on Github. It’s written in Ruby and is the engine that is used on Github Pages. It takes markdown files and liquid templates and converts them into static pages. Jekyll offers themes, plugins, and other integrations that you can use to enhance your generated site. It provides a good-first-issue issue tag for new contributors.
What are some alternatives?
Hugo - The world’s fastest framework for building websites.
Ghost - Turn your audience into a business. Publishing, memberships, subscriptions and newsletters.
Middleman - Hand-crafted frontend development
Lektor - The lektor static file content management system
Nanoc - A powerful web publishing system
Pelican - Static site generator that supports Markdown and reST syntax. Powered by Python.
Nikola - A static website and blog generator
Bridgetown - A Webpack-aware, Ruby-powered static site generator for the modern Jamstack era
JBake - Java based open source static site/blog generator for developers & designers.
webgen - webgen is a fast, powerful and extensible static website generator
Gridsome - ⚡️ The Jamstack framework for Vue.js