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Mar 4, 2020 ⋅ 11 min read

The best static websites generators compared

Arek Nawo Hobbyist. Programmer. Dreamer. Freelancer. JavaScript and TypeScript lover. 👍 World-a-better-place maker. 🌐

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One Reply to "The best static websites generators compared"

  1. Great comparison. By the way, Angular didn’t have a static site generator (SSG) yet. But, it does now! They recently released their own static site generator called Scully. It’s in alpha right now, but judging from the demos it’s going to be an awesome tool for building static sites.
    So, if someone works primarily with Angular, well, now they can fast and performant sites too.

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