Static Site Generators
Static Site Generators are developer tools that convert various data formats into static sites.
These data formats are generally content files stored in a Git repository. They can also be data pulled from third-party services.
- Gatsby is a web application framework based on react created by Kyle Mathews.
- NextJS is a react framework with static export options developed by Vercel
- Jekyll is the static site generator written in Ruby and created by GitHub founder, Tom Preston Werner.
- Hugo is the static site generator written in Golang and created by Steve Francia and developed by Bjørn Erik Pedersen.
- NuxtJS, a VueJS application framework created by Sébastien Chopin.
- Grisdome is a web application Vue.js framework for static websites developed by Hans-Jørgen Vedvik.
- VuePress is the Vue-powered static site generator created by Evan You.
Forestry allow you to edit Markdown, YAML, JSON files, no matter the SSG used.
For a complete list of static site generators, head over to StaticGen.
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