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greenwood reviews and mentions
Need an advice for frontend framework (beginner in frontend development)
5 projects | reddit.com/r/Frontend | 25 Feb 2023
Either is pretty easy to get started with and keep you nicely aligned with web standards if that's of interesting to you. I have a project that could help you work with either of those option you are so inclined, with the getting started guide of the website giving a brief overview of how to get started with native web components. https://www.greenwoodjs.io/
Server-Side Includes (SSI) - Porkbun static web hosting
2 projects | reddit.com/r/web_design | 3 Jan 2023
My project Greenwood might be able to help here, depending on what your current setup looks like. Inspired by the old HTML Includes spec, I created a plugin for replicating this sort of edge side include behavior.2 projects | reddit.com/r/web_design | 3 Jan 2023
Do people build websites with just html/css/vanilla js anymore or is learning react almost mandatory?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/webdev | 3 Jan 2023
I do, and that's a big part of why I started working on Greenwood. I wanted to always just be able to start from an index.html file, but also have some nice minimal glue like a dev server, file based routing, markdown, and leveraging Web Components for templating and SSR.2 projects | reddit.com/r/webdev | 3 Jan 2023
if you're interested in trying Greenwood, it's still a WIP while we continuing to improve the design and feature set, but feel to give it a try. Any and all feedback welcome! https://github.com/ProjectEvergreen/greenwood
I'm not convinced that "modern" web dev is also "better"
2 projects | reddit.com/r/webdev | 2 Jan 2023
That's a big part of why I started working on Greenwood. I wanted to always just be able to start from an index.html file, but also have some nice minimal glue like dev server, file based routing, markdown, and even leveraging Web Components for templating and SSR. Loving learning even more about the web and so for that reason I like to think of it less as a framework, and instead as your full-stack workbench for the web! https://github.com/ProjectEvergreen/greenwood
Are static websites still relevant? I'm an old dad (long time internet programmer) trying to help put a family member's animation portfolio online.
4 projects | reddit.com/r/webhosting | 29 Dec 2022
I created my project Greenwood as a way to support web standards based development (e.g. not a meta framework) that can be as easy to start with as an index.html, or a markdown file, and can do most architectures; SPA / CSR, MPA, SSR. I like to think of it as your full-stack workbench for the web.https://github.com/ProjectEvergreen/greenwoodStill a WIP and continuing to improve our design and feature set, so feel to give it a try, and any and all feedback welcome! Check out our blog if your curious about what we've been up to in 2022, and there will be a post soon about our plans for 2023![https://www.greenwoodjs.io/blog/](https://www.greenwoodjs.io/blog/)
Not sure if this would be of interest to you, but my project Greenwood let’s you start with just HTML / markdown and standard web dev to build out the rest, with a focus on supporting Web Components, even for SSR. https://www.greenwoodjs.io
Are frameworks basically an evolution towards low code/no code?
I like to think of my project Greenwood not so much of a framework, for similar sentiments as what you describe, and have come to refer to it as a "workbench for the web"; emphasizing web standards based development (e.g. so not a meta framework) and has great support for Web Components. (full stack web components, ftw!) https://github.com/ProjectEvergreen/greenwood
I want to make a small blog, but write everything .md and host it on the internet. What technology can I use?
5 projects | reddit.com/r/webdev | 30 Oct 2022
My project Greenwood might be able to help. It supports web standards based development (e.g. not a meta framework) and has great support for Web Components. As easy to start as an index.html file or a markdown file, and can do most architectures; SPA / CSR, MPA, SSR. I like to think of it as your workbench for the web. https://github.com/ProjectEvergreen/greenwood Still a WIP and continuing to improve our design and feature set, so feel to give it a try, and any and all feedback welcome!
A note from our sponsor - Sonar
www.sonarsource.com | 28 Mar 2023
ProjectEvergreen/greenwood is an open source project licensed under MIT License which is an OSI approved license.