Tag: Micro-frameworks

Build a simple website with Silex

I love static* websites. They’re usually faster to develop, smaller, require no database or backend and are faster to load. Of course they require more work to maintain and tweak at first, but if you’re a developer, these things should be pretty entertaining or at the very least, straightforward. There are many options out there for building static websites; both free, like Anchor, Sculpin and Stacey; and paid, like Kirby and Statamic, among many others, like Silex. This is a good moment to tell you that I’m aware of the difference of static websites vs flat-file CMSs vs micro-frameworks. While I love the infinite possibilities of full-fledged CMSs and the […]

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