What is squido?
It is an open-source static website generator built with Node.js aimed at users who want to get a website up and running easier and faster. We've built everything into the core of squido meaning your only need to write plugins when you want to further customize your website. It is built using the Jamstack principles which makes your website faster, more secure, and easier to deploy and scale. With Jamstack, the entire website is prebuilt into highly optimized static pages and assets during the build process. This process of building and pre-rendering results in websites that can be served directly from a CDN, reducing the cost, complexity and risk of dynamic servers.
squido is a tool in the Static Site Generators category of a tech stack.
squido is an open source tool with GitHub stars and GitHub forks. Here’s a link to squido's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses squido?
- Static website generator
- Deploy faster
- Templates supplied
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