How to migrate a website hosted on Jekyll into an existing Hugo site.
Free and open-source software you can use to create a website, blog or app.
Hugo / HTML / JS / Vue / CSS / Bash
After deciding to leave my job back in 2016 I started applying my life-long passion for web development to build sites I felt make a difference in the world – giving up completely on the soul-sucking kind.
A step-by-step guide to creating your own JAMstack site using Amazon Web Services and the Hugo static site generator.
So you found out how Smashing Magazine got 10x faster and want to create your own JAMstack website with Hugo. If so, you’re in luck because I’m going to show you how to do it using Amazon Web Services so you don’t end up paying through the nose for hosting or locked into a provider which might disappear.
Hugo starter kits, tools and themes to kick your development into high gear.
In a sea of choice, which static site generator will you choose?
Many are familiar with the idea of static site generators like Jekyll and why they should use them. But Jekyll isn’t the only SSG out there. In fact, there are literally hundreds of SSGs guaranteed to give you analysis paralysis. With so many to choose from it can be difficult to decide which to use.