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" As websites grew to deliver more and more content, the web development industry found new ways to make the process of maintaining and updating sites more efficient. Years ago, we saw a move away from creating large numbers of individual files by hand, to a system where repeated sections of code could be included and repeated more easily. Web servers would perform that task on demand whenever a request for a resource was received. They’d faithfully combine templates and content, apply loops and logic, and return a page view whenever one was requested. And we’d have to ensure that they had enough horsepower to keep up with demand, fearing the times that our site became popular!
Static site generators (SSG) do much the same thing. They apply data and content to templates, and generate a view of a page which can be served to the visitors of a site. [...] "
(dostęp z 27.12.2021)