Browse the term static site generators, and you’ll find plenty of them, in different languages, with lots of features, and what not. But if you’re a developer then building your own is easier than you might think, and it’s an excellent opportunity to learn some things in the process.
When I looked at my work routine, then the setup of basic web architecture for a new project was something which took more than 20% of my time. And reinventing the wheel
I figured out the basic needs of my web-dev workflow and realized that it shouldn’t be that hard to build something small, with just the right features I need.
The requirements this generator must satisfy are:
But now I am working on some advanced functionalities. And after I get ready with its first version, I plan to open source it. This way I can contribute my effort to makes the lives of developers easy and
If I track my project status currently, then here is the timeline of things that are left to do:
Right now I am
Till then stay tuned for more updates. You can drop in your feedback in the comments section below. Or you can also reach out to me through my Twitter account @MaedahBatool.
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Superb! Looking forward to your project. I’d also find a use for it for when I am making some static site demos in workshops.