Having decided on Hugo, I created a workflow that would allow me to replicate the famous Ruby on Rails Asset Pipeline.
The basic premise of the Asset Pipeline is to minify, concatenate and fingerprint the assets used in your blog (images, stylesheets, scripts) so that less (and smaller in size) network requests are made by the browser.
Hugo 0.20 introduces the powerful and long sought after feature Custom Output Formats; Hugo isn’t just that “static HTML with an added RSS feed” anymore. Say hello to calendars, e-book formats, Google AMP, and JSON search indexes, to name a few
We love the static site generator Middleman and used it to build RubyLetter. But Middleman doesn’t come with a drafts folder like Jekyll does. In this blog post, we walk through how to simulate Jekyll’s ’_drafts’ folder in Middleman.