Gridsome Alternatives

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Posts with mentions or reviews of Gridsome. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2022-01-13.
  • Curated collection of best tools for Software Testing
    3 projects | | 13 Jan 2022
    This site is built with help of excellent static site generator Gridsome, Buefy and Bulma CSS and JSON file as a data source.
  • Creating Cool Content – It’s the Jam(stack) with James Q. Quick
    18 projects | | 5 Jan 2022
    And there are like a million different definitions of what static content means. But a lot of it became really focused on these static site generators, Gatsby being a big one, Hugo was one, Eleventy is one, Gridsome is one. There are lots of these frameworks that were built for statically generating pages.
  • Static site generators: Talk me out of giving up and going back to Gatsby
    1 project | | 14 Dec 2021
    No, it's not.
  • Why you need a portfolio website when working in tech - and how I built mine with Gridsome and Deploy Now
    2 projects | | 22 Oct 2021
    The tech you use for your website should represent your skills and interests. Personally, I’m quite interested in static site generators and the developments around the Jamstack. As I’m quite experienced in Vue.js, I decided to go with the static site generator Gridsome. Static site generators prerender your website after every Git Commit. This yields fast deliveries on request. No matter which tech stack you use, avoid by any means that your website is slow, buggy or not responsive.
  • From Nuxt to Astro - Rebuilding with Astro
    6 projects | | 9 Oct 2021
    I don't remember exactly when I started hearing about Astro, one of the latest static site generators to help tackle the problem of building sites with less Javascript. The problem is one we're all familiar with - how can I build a static site (in my case, my personal site) using the languages and tools I know best, while performing at its best? After migrating from Wordpress, I first tried Gatsby, then Gridsome, and most recently Nuxt. All of these are excellent tools, and I highly recommend them. But one thing that is the same across all of them is that they are tied to their specific framework (React or Vue).
  • Build Your Static Blog With Gridsome [2021 Guide]
    1 project | | 28 Sep 2021
    Support for Vue 3 is currently "in progress"
  • Conheça o que são as siglas CSR, SSR e SSG
    5 projects | | 27 Aug 2021
  • What should I use to build my new project?
    13 projects | | 12 Aug 2021
    In the Vue world, there are plenty of choices, from the more low-level Nuxt, to Gridsome, which has a plugin ecosystem and build-time GraphQL API.
  • Top 20+ vue.js frameworks and libraries for your next project
    12 projects | | 3 Aug 2021
    Gridsome is a modern website development framework for creating fast and secure websites and deploy it to Netlify or Amazon s3 – CDN. Through it has been lately introduced; however, it has gained immense popularity and followers amongst Vue developers. Gridsome creators were influenced by Gatsby.js – a site generator for React. Gridsome generates SEO-friendly HTML files based on the data source. The data source can be JSON, Markdown, CSV, Drupal, WordPress, MongoDB or Airtable, etc. Once the content is loaded, it turns into a single GraphQL Data Layer for centralized data management, and then you can extract it to build and deploy your Vue application. To get started Click here
  • How We Implemented Fault Tolerant Hosting For ERPNext
    7 projects | | 23 Jul 2021
    Our Front end is Using React with Gatsby and Netlify Functions. The Reason for Using Gatsby is it's Performance , SEO and Automated Splitting is built into framework which makes it perfect for Creating High Performant Pages. If you are a Vue Fan then you can use Gridsome. At Front end We take Information through Form , Verify it and Then Call a Function that queue the site creation process. Now our backend Part Comes in.
  • Static site generators to watch in 2021
    25 projects | | 7 Jun 2021
    Think twice about building on top of Gridsome.

    I love Gridsome, and it had tons of potential, but it's effectively a dead project. The maintainers haven't cut a new release since November 2020.[0] There's barely been any feature work since 2019.[1] Their Github repos have tons of PRs that have not been reviewed. There are serious site-killing bugs that have not been fixed for over a year.[2]

    I really wanted this project to succeed. I asked to sponsor the project and volunteered working on their documentation for a few months, but it didn't seem to yield any new dev work.

    The maintainers are extremely talented, and this is not a knock against them, but I just caution anyone against marrying themselves to a framework that's unlikely to have any ongoing maintenance.




  • What's your freelancing stack ?
    1 project | | 6 Jun 2021
    Do u looked intro Gridsome?
  • Drupal, Gatsby, Next and friends
    4 projects | | 20 Apr 2021
    Why not Vue and Gridsome?
  • ¿Por que JamStack es tan cool?
    8 projects | | 14 Apr 2021
    Nuxt y Grindsome son la misma idea pero para trabajar con Vue
  • Difference between SSR, SSG, CSR and SPA
    10 projects | | 11 Apr 2021
    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](, [Gridsome](, [Scully]( and the aforementioned NextJS, SvelteKit and Sapper, which can do both SSR and SSG;


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