(New York, NY) This workshop covers getting started with Hugo, an open source framework for building websites. We’ll cover the performance, security and other benefits of building with Hugo instead of traditional CM
As a digital publishing tool, static-site generators allow us to publish in multiple formats, decrease dependencies and maintenance issues and thereby increase site longevity, and keep source content in a human-readable format; all while still offering features like interactive maps, deep zoom images, audio and video, and more. While we’ll use Quire as a framework, the fundamental tools and approaches involved are directly applicable to other major static-site generators as well.
I use the static site generator Middleman for the front end of the website you’re currently reading, and host it on a Digital Ocean Droplet in an Nginx server, so I’ll give some examples of how I achieved the perfect score in the context of this blog and its stack.