We’re getting close to launching the new version of the New Dynamic Website. One of our long-term goals is to help connect those who build JAMstack sites with those who need them built. So we’ll be launching profile pages. If you or your firm have considerable experience in the space and want to be a part, indicate your interest on our Slack or Twitter.
In developing Commonmark, we have tried, as far as possible, to remain faithful to John Gruber’s original Markdown syntax description. We have diverged from it only occasionally, in the interest of removi…
JAMstack sites are often seen as being static. A more accurate mental model for them would be that they are sites which have the ability to be hosted statically. The difference might seem semantic, but thanks to the rise of many tools and services which simplify running a build and deploying to static hosting
With the release of Jekyll 3.8.0, it’s been 2 and a half years since the last major release. Jekyll 3.0.0 was released in late October of 2015! That’s a long time ago, and we’ve been working towards the next major release of Jekyll for a couple of months now. Here’s a small preview of what’s to come…
An important part of the performance puzzle, I highly recommend diving in. If this isn’t something you’ve though about before,
Introducing Service Workers | Preparing for Offline | Making Fetch Happen | Cache Me If You Can | Service Worker Strategies | Refining Your Service Worker | Tidying Up | The Offline User Experience | Progressive Web Apps.