Sept. 13th: Let’s be real. Your clients probably aren’t as tech-savvy as you are and they don’t want to be. We’ll cover some JAMstack news, look at a site built with the JAMstack, and go over how to create solutions and interfaces that your clients will actually use.
According to W3Techs Hugo is used to power approx. 0,026 pct. of the websites on this planet. That makes Hugo a an unrivalled no. 1 in the field in terms of usage.
The old leader of the pack, Jekyll, comes in second. A …
This article aims to cover a few notable differences, and make the following points: REST and GraphQL are totally different, GraphQL isn’t a magic bullet, nor is it “better”, You can definitely use both at the same time, GraphQL is dope if used for the right thing
hugo fills the gap between Hugo and the browser. Hugo is an easy and fast static website generator. This plugin fills the gap between Hugo and the end-user, providing you an web interface to manage the whole website.