This month's event was about taking the static out of static websites and creating dynamic, rich experiences without sacrificing performance or security.
GraphQL has taken the API world by storm! If you've been RESTing on your laurels we'll get you up to speed with an introduction to GraphQL and some helpful tips to remember when you build out your first GraphQL API.
Meet Gatsby creator, Kyle Mathews, and hear talks from Gatsby team members about the modern website stack, use cases and deep dive topics such as how to build web apps with Gatsby, and how to get started building with modern web development tools.
Little notice of the emerging JAMstack scene in the this year's Technology Radar.
With Shannon Soper on GatsbyJS and Chris Coyier on Codepen
Are there good reasons why creating sites with an SSG is becoming so popular?
We just launched the next iteration of the New Dynamic.
Michael Rose, one of the most active webdesigner in the Jekyll community, shares his vision on static site generators.
As Hugo is getting more and more popular and fast, we ask a few questions to Bjørn Erik Pedersen, the current lead developer, about the past, present and future of Hugo.
Bud Parr, founder of TheNewDynamic, shares his vision on the current state of the JAMstack ecosystem.
Perhaps you're intrigued by static sites but can't imagine going through the manual labor of extracting your current content into a new tool. Well - good news - most static site generators have some sort of migration tools...
We're heading to Brooklyn! This month we'll have two Sessions: CMS as Code by Dmytri Kleiner of Contentful, and a roundtable discussion with Kyle Mathews and Jeff Escalante, creators of two of the most advanced static build tools, Gatsby and Spike, respectively.
Ahead of our 'Jekyll in the Newsroom' event Bud Parr will introduce static site generators like Jekyll, and explain why people have become so excited about them recently.
It’s all about Jekyll and journalism: Find out how ProPublica uses Jekyll and Grunt to report some of its biggest stories, including everything from helping a network of over 1,000 journalists cover Election Day in real time...
Demo Forestry.io CMS and a short presentation on "convince your boss/client"
Explore some unexpected capabilities and characteristics of “static” sites
The free, online global conference for all things Jekyll (videos)
Netlify CEO Mathias Biilmann speaking at SmashingConf on the JAM Stack.
About the newest, largely re-written version Middleman
Jekyll, Netlify, CloudCannon, job board coming soon
Why use Static Site Generators and How they Work
Check out jekyllconf.com for information on the upcoming JekyllConf web-conference on Saturday 2nd May 2015
Joint Meetup with the New York Web Performance group (VIDEO, SLIDES)
In partnership with Reboot, this is a complete workshop for building sites with Hugo. We’ll cover why build static sites instead of traditional CMS-driven websites along with the concept of JAMstack, and what's so special about Hugo; We'll start with reviewing themes, content structure, basic templating, deployment and hosting.
“Getting Going with Jekyll” is a beginner to intermediate workshop on building a website using the Jekyll static site generator.
Deciding how to structure our content, reviewing the most powerful Jekyll filters as well as some must-have plugins. We'll continue making a real-world site that you can then use as a basis for your sites and get site up on a web host.
In “Git-based or API-driven CMS” Chris Macrae breaks down the differences between the two different types of Headless CMS’ — Git-based and API-driven CMS’ — helping you decide on the right tools for your next web project.
Video and Slides Available
A tested process for Migrating out of any CMS
Review new features like incremental regeneration, Hook Plugin API, and the Liquid Profiler
Video and slides from JekyllConf 2016
A presentation at the New Dynamic Meetup, by Aidan Feldman
Break through the limits of static site generators with the use of a new breed of hosted tools and services.
Presented by Raymond Camden for O'Reilly
Continuous deployment with Aerobatic and Bitbucket
How Foundation 6 uses their new static site generator Panini as a central build tool