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Build Better Faster Websites: the New Dynamic Newsletter: Consider the Hugo

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Build Better Faster Websites: the New Dynamic Newsletter: Consider the Hugo
By Bud Parr • Issue #133 • View online
Asking for some help on a Hugo-based web project, my friend started the conversation by saying “I really like Javascript frameworks, but they’re not so good at what I need them for: building lots of pages.” The conversation went well. :wink: In a few weeks I’ll be giving a talk about Hugo at our JAMstack.NYC event. It will be similar to the talk I gave at the JAMstack_conf a couple of years ago, but delve into some new and coming features that have made it even more powerful. If it’s been a while since you’ve tried Hugo, it may be time to revisit.
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Introduction to BodilessJS a Gatsby based framework for editing websites | Meetup
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Built with Hugo/VueJS and Netlify
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Vue.js: The Documentary (full version. )
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