Public Notes by chase_ats Tagged #static_site_generators

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Less popular than Jekyll. The sites that use this are pretty damn sexy (though all look pretty similar) #ruby #gems #static_site_generators #sexy #Javascript #open_source #pub
"Static Web Hosting for Developers Blazing fast CDN, simple CLI deployment, hassle-free test environments. And much more." #web_hosting #heroku_esque #esque #freemium #SaaS #development #static_site_generators #static_sites #pub
#static_site_generators #static_sites #SaaS #freemium #free_for_open_source #cheapish #pricey #dev #SSVentures #pub
Pretty cool concept. They have integrations with Netlify (sp?) and a few other CI tools. But also webhooks so you can get the data yourself. From "https://docs.datocms.com/deployment/introduction.html" "If you need to use some other CI tool, we also offer an agnostic webhook you can use to connect DatoCMS to your custom deployment solution. Regardless the external service you intend to use, your CI build script needs to perform three steps: Run the dato dump command to fetch the DatoCMS content and transform it into local files; Run the build command of your static website generator to produce the actual static website (ie. jekyll build for Jekyll); Upload the files of your static website to S3, Surge.sh or any other hosting solution you intend to use." #SaaS #dev #SSVentures #cmses #static_site_generators #integrations #best_of #$kippt_bookmark #pub
www.contentful.com
#dev #static_site_generators #SaaS #integrations #pub
So there's tons of these static site generator CMSs. Lol. #SSVentures #SaaS #best_of #cmses #dev #integrations #static_site_generators #$kippt_bookmark #pub
rohanchandra.github.io
#themes #free #open_source #static_site_generators #Jekyll #%on_github #pub