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Bridgetown began as a fork of Jekyll with the intention of introducing contemporary web development methods and technologies, such as the usage of Webpack, PostCSS, and npm.
Despite being extremely new, Bridgetown has quite an active Discord community. Bridgetown gives people the freedom to do exceptional things once again. It is built on renowned open-source technologies like Ruby, Puma, Roda, and Jekyll.
HTML (Markup Language)
|Based on JS framework
|Built-in module bundler
|Static pages (SSG)
|Dynamic pages (SSR)
|Serverless Functions (API)
yes but need to do separately
|Focus on plugin system
Yes using JS
|Regular security audits by external researchers
|Content Security Policy (CSP)
|Third-party Script Optimization
|An option to disable runtime JS
No runtime JS required by default
|Critical CSS Extraction
|10+ Headless CMS examples
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