Andrey (azangru) wrote,

Funny to see the pendulum swing back, if only a little:

SSG is static site generation. In fact, gentle reader, it isn't bad for all cases, as Jekyll blogs have amply demonstrated. But it has been oversold, especially to inexperienced devs, and Gatsby (which I confess I was smitten by four or five years ago) is one of the worst offenders. Kent too drank that kool aid, and as a result his formerly Gatsby-based site used to break in various hilarious ways. Thanks to Ryan and Michael from the Remix team for pointing out the obvious and paving the way back to the basics. They are still firmly grounded in the React camp though.

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