Refactoring Of Our Website
After building our website with Jekyll for several years, we decided to migrate to Zola.
The reason: Jekyll uses Ruby. Updates on our Mac's were way too time-consuming. Time to move on.
Our new website based on JamStack uses Rust as backend programming language. Our CI/CD pipeline benefits from very fast builds. Alternatively, you may also rely on a static website generator called 'Hugo', which is written in Go and is quite popular as well.
Click here to find more about Zola and the Jinja2-based template engine Tera. Zola is very handy, however the quite good documentation lags a bit behind the releases and is quite developer-centric.