Looking for The static site generator

Tue Oct 08 2013

I’ve decided to publish things/thoughts/findings… I already published a couple of posts on github using Jekyll a year ago or so, but

So I checked the static site generator solutions out there and found the followings :

How to choose which one to use out of this list? I’ve added today’s github basic analytical data (stars & forks) to show a bit how popular those solutions is among the developers’ communities. Of course these numbers are a bit biased : it is obvious that Ruby has the biggest on github (they are part of it themselves), also Jekyll is the defacto solution supported out of box by github : Using Jekyll with Pages. But it still gives a feeling of what the preferred solution is, and therefore helps in taking the final decision.

In the end the final decision was Not based on these metrics, but… this video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JWU70PWVVbc introduced in Introducing Harp! :) I loved the idea of being able to

So there we are, I’ve decided to give Harp a try and I will explain how it went soon!