Once upon a time, static sites were new and cool, even if very limiting. Changing them was tedious and required a lot of hand-coding or [cough] Dreamweaver design view. Eventually we gave up on static sites and went fully dynamic. Static sites were old and uncool. Today, however, static sites are cool again and don’t have all the limitations of the static sites of old.
There are a ton of tools available for generating static sites, the most popular being Jekyll. In this session, we’ll look at and compare Jekyll with several alternative generators.
Brian Rinaldi is the Developer Content Manager at Telerik focused on ensuring that the Developer Relations team creates top notch content for the web development community on the Telerik Developer Network..
Brian founded a popular developer site called Flippin’ Awesome (now Modern Web) and serves as co-editor ofMobile Web Weekly. You can follow Brian via @remotesynth on Twitter.