So here are… I’ve redone my blog yet again. I’ve been moving to different platforms over the past several years, I’ve tried WordPress, Umbraco, Ghost and Jekyll, but seems that I have to settle with WordPress for now.
Jekyll has actually been great for what it was, it was simple, you created your template files, standards css and js – you know, the normal front-end setup, and it worked beautifully.
The thing that made Jekyll stand out for me was the performance, it’s plain ol’ HTML, no crazy scripts that execute a lot of things in the background and spitting out HTML – it’s literally just serving plain HTML with nothing in between. This came with some downsides, however – some downsides that maybe wouldn’t really matter for everyone, but they matter to me.