Some notes and links on Static Site Generators (SSG).
A “hello world” program for the 2010’s (and 2020s).
Static site generators
jemdoc – light text-based markup language designed for creating websites. Based on Asciidoc. Has LaTeX support for math, but the equations are rendered as static images, not MathJax etc.,. Appears to be popular with academics.
JBake - Java based open source static site/blog generator – this is actually surprisingly smooth.
nuex/zodiac: A static website generator written in awk and sh.
Makefile-Based Static Website Generator
Makefile and discount powered blog
Static site generator with rsync and lowdown - Roman Zolotarev [SSG]
kambrium/dssg: A static site generator written in D
sysgears/grain: Static Web Site Building Framework For Groovy that uses ASCIIdoctor
Static site generators need less rigid content APIs | Hacker News
Hammer for Mac 6.9 - Available Now
jeremycw/mfbg: Mother F*ing Blog Generator – a
Makefile + pandoc.
Home - Styx Static Site Generator – The Purely Functional Static Site Generator. Styx is a functional static site generator based on the Nix package manager.
srid/rib-sample: Sample site for the Rib static site generator
Pelican 4.2.0 — Pelican 4.2.0 documentation with m.css looks very good.
bastibe/org-static-blog: A static site generator using org-mode
go get -u github.com/ponzu-cms/ponzu/…
Examples of surge.sh sites:
- Various ways to include comments on your static site; Jan 2018.
- utterances – A lightweight comments widget built on GitHub issues. Use GitHub issues for blog comments.
- umputun/remark: comment engine - Social login via Google, Twitter, Facebook, GitHub and Yandex. Markdown support with friendly formatter toolbar. Moderator can remove comments and block users