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Progress Report: Bridgetown is Now esbuild-Aware
We put a stake in the ground at the very beginning of the Bridgetown project that we'd embrace frontend developers via first-party Webpack integration. Now it's time to move on and embrace the speed and flexibilty of esbuild.
on December 3, 2021
Recording and Transcript of November 2021 AMA on Twitter Spaces
News updates and Q&A regarding the Bridgetown fundraising campaign and the state of web frameworks today.
on November 16, 2021
The Era of Bridgetown v1 Has Begun. Welcome to the “Pearl”
Join our fundraising campaign so we can keep adding nifty goodies to Bridgetown and help make your websites awesome.
on October 24, 2021
Let’s Talk Bridgetown Terminology
As programmers, we tend to throw around a lot of arcane terms. Many of them may be unfamiliar at first glance. Time to break it all down!
on September 23, 2021
Jekyll and the Genesis of the Jamstack
Let's look at some positive developments that will provide a path forward for Jekyll users.
on September 13, 2021
Announcing Bridgetown’s Public Roadmap for 2021-2022
The road to 1.0, plus upcoming opportunities to contribute to that vision to make it a reality.
on September 2, 2021
A Break from Summer Break to Bring You Bridgetown 0.21.1
We're taking a break from popsicles, river floats, and jazz festivals to bring you our latest release.
on July 17, 2021
Embracing Ruby, the Best Language for Building Websites, in Bridgetown 0.21
Support for ViewComponent is finally here, along with numerous advances which fuel high-level design thinking. The powerful combination of Ruby and Bridgetown today enables tiny teams to compete favorably with much larger competitors.
on June 1, 2021
Back to Basics: Bridgetown v0.20 “Healy Heights”
Doing the hard work of improving Bridgetown at the core level as we head towards our one-year anniversary.
on March 16, 2021
Custom HTML Elements and Page Layout: Executing the Plan
It’s one thing to claim you can take an existing website and convert it so it only uses semantic and custom HTML elements. It’s another thing to actually do it.
on January 17, 2021