Author: Raymond Camden, Brian Rinaldi
Pub Date: 2017
Format: PDF/EPUB (Early Release)
Size: 43 Mb
For years now, web developers have used powerful application servers like PHP and Node that could create our web apps. But recently there’s been a shift between how much we can do on an application server versus how much we can do on the browser itself—as well as what we can do on a mobile app. This practical book shows readers how static site generators provide a powerful middle ground between a full app server deployment and a simple collection of static files.
Static websites today are just like vinyl LPs: they’re coming back. With this book, you’ll discover just how these websites still fulfill a vital need for bloggers as well as people who just want to disseminate information.
Table of Contents
1. Why Static Sites?
2. Building a Basic Static Site
3. Building a Blog
4. Building a Documentation Site
5. Adding Dynamic Elements
6. Adding a CMS
8. Migrating to a Static Site
A. Appendix Title