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Here are the links for this week: How to Build a Jamstack Site with Next.js and Vercel - Jamstack Handbook: a quick guide to a Next.js workflow 11ty Recipes: a list of short instructions on how to build an Eleventy side from scratch Create a JSON feed with 11ty: another recipe for the static site generator Eleventy Ruby On Rails Crash Course 2020: full 2-hour video crash course on Ruby on Rails (web framework) Noodel.
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Here are some resources for you: Testing React Apps: a guide for testing React applications with the Jest framework How to Code in Go: free ebook for learning Go How to get started with the 11ty (Eleventy) Blog Starter: a tutorial on using Eleventy and (a content management system) Your First Tailwind Website: a YouTube video on using TailWind CSS Node Auth Tutorial (JWT): a video series on authentication with Node.
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How to Deploy Eleventy to GitHub Pages With GitHub Actions

I recently discovered Eleventy, a modern static site generator that’s customizable and flexible, but without fuss. Eleventy uses JavaScript, but it’s not a JavaScript framework. It uses Node.js under the hood to transform templates into static (HTML, CSS) content. But those pages don’t contain any JavaScript. Eleventy was created to be a JavaScript alternative to Jekyll. It’s zero-config by default but has flexible configuration options. Eleventy works with your project’s existing directory structure.
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