21 Sep '17, 6am

NUS Hackers’ Digest: NUS Hackers site migration and redesign https://t.co/lD2O2DjvnM

NUS Hackers’ Digest: NUS Hackers site migration and redesign https://t.co/lD2O2DjvnM

Digest: NUS Hackers site migration and redesign Posted on Sep 17 by Li Kai This summer, the NUS Hackers site went through a huge redesign (you’re looking at it right now). It took the efforts of everyone on the core team to make the blog better. In terms of improvements we managed to improve not only the developer experience but also the speed and performance of the website itself. In this week’s digest, we will be talking about some of the improvements we’ve made and how we’ve done it. Static site generators Before we dive into the details, let’s take the time to explain what a static site generator is. A static site generator, as the name implies, generates a website. It is static, because once the html files are generated, they will always look and stay the same, which is in contrast to dynamic sites such as Facebook that present different content every time you visit. ...

Full article: http://www.nushackers.org/2017/09/17/digest-nus-hackers-s...

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