The modern web development (by “modern” we mean one that’s been taking place in the last ~5 years) seems to be heavily into dynamic content. As the internet progressed from simple HTML pages to dynamic web apps, the benefits of dynamic web technologies became ever so clear. Nowadays, web apps like YouTube, Google Maps, and Figma are gradually bridging the gap between web and native software (and technologies like WebAssembly are playing a huge part in this process).

Still, we shouldn’t disregard static websites. Even though they can’t boast rich functionality, their advantages lie in other areas. In this article, we’ll take a closer look at a static site generator called Jekyll and analyze the benefits that you’ll get when using any static website.

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