Gatsby is a frontend development framework called React-based static site generator (SSG) that leverages GraphQL and Webpack.
A static site that adheres to the most recent web standards is extremely performant, and is built using Gatsby can be a Progressive Web App. Since many developers are either familiar with or have at least utilized a portion of the technology stack Gatsby is based on, they may jump in without much of a learning curve.
A static site generator named Scully was created using Angular. With the use of a straightforward command, Scully is simple to connect with an existing Angular app. Scully enables you to leverage Markdown files and pre-rendering in your apps, allowing you to accomplish all of your goals.
With a static site, we don't an API to retrieve the data from the server; instead, we save all the material as text and data on our pages and make it accessible to our end users, such as blog posts or portfolios.
|Based on JS framework
|Built-in module bundler
|Static pages (SSG)
|Dynamic pages (SSR)
|Serverless Functions (API)
|Focus on plugin system
|Third-party Script Optimization
|An option to disable runtime JS
|Critical CSS Extraction
|Starters or examples with common use cases
|10+ Headless CMS examples
|Regular security audits by external researchers
|Content Security Policy (CSP)
Custom HTTP headers rules
The ease, security advantages, and speedy content delivery make static site generators the next big thing.
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