Tag: Hugo

Once you get a bunch of data that you want to put on your site, it’s common to reach for a database. Then you’ll write an app that consumes that database and renders a dynamic site. What if, instead, you could create a static site from that data. What would that buy you?

Continuous delivery allows for you to release often what you are always developing. This is even possible on a static site where we might not be hiding in-development features but content and visual styles. Here is a strategy for doing that, executing in Hugo.

Several weeks ago, I decided it was time for me to move on from Octopress. It’s given me a good run. But there were a couple of causes that pushed me over the edge. My experience has been good with a few pains in the conversion.