SvelteKit MDX starter blog with MDsveX (Svelte in markdown)
If you are completely new to SvelteKit, it might be worth skimming through my recent post on Getting Started with SvelteKit, which will give you a head-start. That said I have built the starter to help you get up to speed quicker if you are still discovering SvelteKit. In this post I outline some key features. If you're more of a hands on person, just crack open the Sveltekit Blog Starter repo and start playing!
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With SvelteKit you can choose to make pages Server Side Rendered, like Next apps typically are, or static (Static Site Generated, SSG), like Gatsby apps typically are. There is an excellent write up SSG by React guru Dan Abramov, worth the read, even if you already know about SSG. For SSG pages, the SvelteKit Netlify adapter produces a serverless function which acts as the server. With SvelteKit still being in development, there is an issue creating SSG pages with the Netlify adapter. For that reason I have made all pages in the starter static. This was done page by page, by adding a line of code to the module block, telling SvelteKit to prerender the page (in the relevant file):
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