Tag: ssg

Headshot of myself, Silvestar Bistrović.
  • 2020-02-08

How to create a multi-step form the easy way

A multi-step form is a long-form that is broken into pieces. Learn how I add one to my site.
Headshot of myself, Silvestar Bistrović.
  • 2019-09-26

A Comparison of Static Form Providers

Static Form Providers do all tasks like validating, storing, sending notifications, and integrating with other APIs. Read the review of the most popular static form providers.
Headshot of myself, Silvestar Bistrović.
  • 2019-08-05

My favorite Netlify features

Being a JAMstack developer in 2019 makes me feel like I am living in a wonderland. Yet, there is one particular platform that stands out with its formidable products and featuresā€”Netlify.

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Headshot of myself, Silvestar Bistrović.
  • 2019-08-01

How to add a contact form to a static website

With the rise of the static site, developers need a service that could handle forms. Static website contact form is the most common case, and in this article, you would learn how to add one with Kwes form builder.
Headshot of myself, Silvestar Bistrović.
  • 2018-10-24

If you are starting a new website, consider using Hugo

Other than it is ā€œthe worldā€™s fastest framework for building websites,ā€ Hugo is packed with powerful features that would make the website development process more pleasable.
Headshot of myself, Silvestar Bistrović.
  • 2018-08-07

Overview of Popular Static Site Generators

There are many obvious benefits to serving a static HTML file, such as easier caching, faster load times, and a more secure environment overall. Each static page generator produces the HTML output differently.

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Headshot of myself, Silvestar Bistrović.
  • 2017-10-19

From WordPress to Hexo

Static site generators are systems that compile templates into static HTML pages. If that sounds efficientā€”yes, it is. There is no server processing or rendering, so static websites tend to be very fast and lightweight.

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