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Bridgetown reviews and mentions

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  • Do we really need variadics?
    4 projects | /r/rust | 11 Jul 2023
    I'm using bridgetown because I like sitting on the bleeding edge, its basically a newer Jekyll which I would recommend checking out too. Bridgetown has a great modern dev experience but its missing some of the ecosystem from Jekyll. Not a problem for me because I'm really comfortable with Ruby.
  • Why write technical content on a blog and not only on social media
    3 projects | | 14 Jun 2023
    If you want to have a different UI or your blog to look in a very specific way I recommend using Jekyll or Bridgetown.
  • How would I make and deploy a simple website
    4 projects | /r/rails | 26 May 2023
    If I wanted to post a simple website today I would look into Jekyll. There are a ton of articles and answers to common questions etc. It itself is written in Ruby but using it will not likely help you to learn Ruby. One-step in the direction of learning Ruby and getting a simple website could be Bridgetown. This will start you down a path of learning Ruby and not Rails. We use Bridgetown for our company site at Flagrant.
  • How to use View Transitions in Hotwire Turbo
    10 projects | | 16 Feb 2023
    In the Hotwire Turbo world specifically, several discussions about integrating transition animations also took place and a few promising approaches emerged, namely the Turn project or the transitions in Bridgetown. There is also a chapter in the Noel Rappin’s Modern Front-End book and an interesting article but overall, frankly, this topic still fells somewhat early-stage and exploratory.
  • Help with picking a framework for a personal website
    3 projects | /r/webdev | 12 Feb 2023 static site generator. Can be linked with prism of you want a kind of panel to add new articles.
  • How to integrate a static website to Rails app
    4 projects | /r/rails | 11 Feb 2023
    FYI. I used Bridgetown as a static site generator recently and rather enjoyed it.
  • [student help] Using Rails as front end. Is it possible?
    3 projects | /r/rails | 11 Jan 2023
  • how to add a simple blog to my SaaS?
    2 projects | /r/rails | 28 Dec 2022
    If you’re not adept in that right now you’re unlikely to create a system to support it. I would encourage you to look into Jekyll or Bridgetown.rb as blog systems that support all the SEO bells and whistles without you having to recreate them.
  • Learning Rails vs JS ecosystem?
    3 projects | /r/rails | 27 Nov 2022
    Thanks! Yeah Ruby is great. Rails, on the other hand, presented a steep learning curve to me, so I found it helpful to build a site with Bridgetown first. Here's a good intro to Bridgetown in case that sounds interesting.
  • Building Static Websites w/ Rails in 2022
    5 projects | /r/rails | 6 Nov 2022
    I don't know middleman, but can recommend – it's a modern and well maintained static site generator which supports a lot of technologies known from the Rails world such as HAML through plugins.
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