If you have read one of my posts lately, you were probably able to figure out that my personal site runs on Jekyll — the most known static site generator in the world of Ruby.
Not only am I a really huge fan of it, but it was also the biggest part of the intention that helped me start blogging again.
Now, about one year after I’ve made the first commit, I felt like it didn’t manage to live up to my expectations anymore: Not only have I learned an awful lot about web tooling, but I also came across many better ways to accomplish certain tasks while developing a project.
So I’ve asked myself: “There’s a shit ton of things you’d like to change in front of you, why don’t you try making one yourself?”.
And while I definitely had in mind that it’s usually not such a good idea to reinvent the wheel (especially on the web, where a lot of stuff can easily be modified through pull requests), I did it.
So here it is: Cory.
If you’re looking for such a generator but haven’t yet made your choice, you definitely need to give it a try.