Brian Rinaldi is a Developer Advocate at Stackbit. Brian has worked for over 9 years focused on developer community and developer relations at companies like Progress Software and Adobe.

Advanced Hugo Template Tips and Tricks

Advanced Hugo Template Tips and Tricks

Hugo's Go-powered templates can accomplish some very powerful templating tasks. In this post, I share some tips and tricks that I've found useful when building advanced Hugo templates.

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How to Choose Your Static Site Generator

How to Choose Your Static Site Generator

The static site generator (SSG) is a key ingredient in developing a JAMstack web app, but there are literally hundreds to choose from. I offer my advice and guidance on choosing the option that's best for you.

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Build Your First Sourcebit Plugin

Build Your First Sourcebit Plugin

Sourcebit is a fully-extensible open source project that can connect any data source with a JAMstack site. In this post, we'll learn how you can build a plugin to connect to a data source, target SSG or transform data.

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Data-driven JAMstack with Sourcebit

Data-driven JAMstack with Sourcebit

Sourcebit is a new open source project that aims to make it easy for developers to connect their JAMstack site to data coming from a broad range of sources. In this tutorial, we explore how to use it.

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What the Web Owes Flash

As we conduct our post-mortems on Flash, it's important to remember that Flash helped make the web what it is today.

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