Static Site Boilerplate is a free, open-source tool for developers that enables a better workflow for building modern static websites. Automated build processes, a local development server, production minification and optimizations, and the latest standards for static websites.

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Eric Alli
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Product Designer & Software Engineer
Hello Hunters! I’m Eric the developer of Static Site Boilerplate. Personally I've found (and for many developers I know) when coding a static website I mostly just want to have a clean development environment where I can jump right into writing unimpeded HTML/CSS/JavaScript. I designed Static Site Boilerplate to take care of the necessary tasks and generate all of the features a production-ready static website needs while allowing a workflow of writing pure frontend code. Let me know your thoughts and what you'd like to see coming next! πŸ™
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lukas jorissenCEO COQTAIL
Great idea, let me give it a spin!
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Eric Alli
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Product Designer & Software Engineer
@lukasjorissen Thanks! πŸ˜ƒ
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Csaba KissiSerial maker
I like it! Easy to use and great documentation!
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Omar RasoolDeveloper
I really love this! I have various versions of a kickstart repo I use, but this works great. Thank you!
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Harsh KansagaraFull Stack Designer
I've been planning to setup a simple environment where I can jump start the static website development. I think I won't need to do it now, thanks to this setup πŸ™Œ. I'll be trying out soon. One thing I noticed is, there is no environment variables configuration out of the box, of-course we can do that with Webpack config file. I was wondering if that is planned feature. ENV variables config is very well done in Vue CLI 3.0 and later πŸ‘Œ PS: The 'bug reports' and 'feature request' links are dead in Github!
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Eric Alli
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Product Designer & Software Engineer
@theharshin The boilerplate does use the cross-env library and defines a "dev" and "prod" environment. But I'll definitely have a look at Vue CLI to see how I can better improve environment handling! Thanks for catching those broken links πŸ™. All fixed πŸ‘
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