Using a static website generator


If your website content rarely changes, static website generators are always a good choice. In particular, blogs without a comment function, technical documentation, or company presentations are all perfect candidates for these website generators.

The functional scopes of the various generators discussed here only differ in their details. If you are looking for a suitable tool, you should primarily be guided by the programming languages you are familiar with. Python experts, for example, should take a look at Lektor, whereas JavaScript fans are more likely to opt for Gatsby or Next.js.

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