A single tool to reach any screen: API-first content management system for multi-device online publishing
- Using A Static Site Generator At Scale: Lessons Learned – Smashing Magazineby Stefan Baumgartner ArticleAug 02, 16
How do static site generators behave when the number of pages exceeds the average portfolio website and runs up into the thousands? Or when development is a team effort? Or when people of different technical backgrounds are involved? This is the story of how we managed to bring roughly 2000 pages and 40 authors onto a technology stack made for hackers.
- A Serverless CMS Architectureby Aerobatic ArticleJun 28, 16
“Ain’t nobody got time for DevOps”
- Static sites go all Hollywoodby Phil Hawksworth Video/PresentationSep 22, 15
The popularity of building web sites with static site generators is on the rise. Their reduced complexity, easier compliance, cheaper hosting, and other benefits are getting people’s attention, but they do have limits.
This talk will explore how we can break through some of those limits with the use of a new breed of hosted tools and services. We’ll look at practical examples of how a static site generator can help deliver a modern web development workflow, support a living styleguide, and also pack the kind of dynamic punch that you’d only think possible from bigger application stacks.
- Static Sites that Work for Youby Andrew Goodricke ArticleJun 19, 15
In a previous post I wrote about the static html reprise explaining that most web pages only need to be built when the content or code has changed. Having your site like this can save you and your customers time and money, win-win situation. Most static site generators work from files in the codebase to get their content. Usually a Content Management System (CMS) is built into the site so non-technical authors can add and amend the content for the site, we need something to do this job for us. A solution to the problem is using a Software as a Service (SaaS)…
- Building a Static CMSArticleDec 05, 14
We ended up finding two great services, Contentful and Netlify, that worked well with our current toolset to achieve the Holy Grail: a static CMS.
- Content-as-a-service Roundupby Jeff Potts, ECM Architect ReviewNov 15, 14
CaaS is singular in focus and free from the feature bloat and operational complexity typical of the CMS…