React Static Site Generators

Gatsby

Gatsby is probably the most popular static site generator for React in the world. The ReactJS website itself is, in fact, a Gatsby website. Learn more…

React static

Faced with pitfalls in other static-site generators for React such Gatsby and Next.js, the team behind react-static is set to create a better, simpler dev experience. This means a more straight-forward streaming of data from source to route, better separation for React templating and more. Learn more…

Next.js

From the people behind Zeit comes the Next.js project. It’s a lightweight framework for static and server-rendered React applications, which also works as an SSG for React while enjoying Next.js capabilities. Learn more…

Cuttlebelle

Cuttlebelle is a less known but highly-awesome React static site generator, built with a vision to better separate editing and code concerns. It lets you use one layout per page-partial and cleanly separates content from code. You can extend Cuttlebelle with React components, which opens many possibilities. Learn more…

Jekyll with React

Although a bit old-fashioned, and not really built for React, Jekyll is still here as the world’s most widely used SSG, mainly for blogs and E-commerce. Part of this success can be attributed to the very quick migration to Jekyll, using importers. It’s built with Ruby and integrates into GitHub Pages, and comes with a very (very) rich ecosystem of themes, templates and plugins. It even provides free website hosting with GitHub Pages, which is a plus. Learn more…

Hugo inside a React app

Hugo is an incredibly fast (<one ms per page) framework for building static sites, which is highly flexible and works cross-platform. Hugo supports multiple content types, taxonomies, menus, dynamic API-driven content, and more without plugins. It also provides over 100 themes out of the box. Learn more: Hugo, blog example, static site example.

Phenomic

Phenomic is a framework built to make the SSG experience similar to building a full-blown app: it’s a modular website compiler that lets you bring your own renderer (React), bundler (Webpack) and friends. Learn more…

Antwar

Created by the Founder of SurviveJS, Antwar is a “blog-aware” static site engine built with React and Webpack. It’s built to be fast, extensible and friendly. Just like Webpack itself, Learn more…

WordPress + React

How to build React apps on top of the WordPress REST API

WordPress is a powerful content management tool. But when it comes to developing on top of it, can be quite frustrating. WordPress’s crazy mixture of HTML and PHP loops can often prove unintuitive to grasp and hard to maintain. There’s a light at the end of the tunnel, though! Starting with version 4.7, WordPress comes with a built-in REST API, and plugins are no longer required. This makes it easier to use WordPress strictly as a backend data storage or CMS, while allowing for a totally custom front end solution of your choice. Learn more…

How to create a modern web app using WordPress and React

Want the advantages of a modern React SPA, but need a back-end that feels familiar? In this article, we’ll go through how to set-up WordPress’s REST API, including custom posts types and fields, and how to fetch this data inside React. Learn more…

Get a blog on your website with React and WordPress API

I’ve read a lot of articles in the last few months, and have noticed that many had disclaimers saying that the post was originally posted on a personal blog. I’ve written a few articles and wanted to increase my exposure, so I decided that I wanted to have a blog on my site as well. But how to do it? Learn more…

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  • Frontity is an open source framework for developing WordPress themes using ReactJS— the same JavaScript library that WP is using for Gutenberg. Learn more…
  • WordPress starter theme with React.js integrated. Learn more…
  • Black hawk is a REST API powered WordPress theme which uses the React Javascript library by Facebook for its front end rendering. All the data is fetched using WordPress REST API and rendered using React. Learn more…
  • I wanted to play with the shiny new WP-REST-API, explore es6 and transpiling, and finally work on a full project using React+Redux. I wrote a bit about the journey on my blog. I’ll update more about the process as I complete the To Do list below. Learn more…
  • Using ReactJS with WordPress – Tutorials. Learn more…

Design Systems

Design Systems Repo

A frequently updated collection of Design System examplesarticlestools and talks.

Design Systems Handbook

This book guides readers through best practices around planning, designing, building, and implementing a design system, with insights and first-hand experiences from experts who have gone through the journey. Learn more…

United States Web Design System

USWDS provides design guidelines and code to help you quickly create trustworthy, accessible, and consistent digital government services. Learn more…

Состояние доменной зоны Прибалтики за август 2019

  • Модуль сканирования выявил 458 зараженных веб-сайтов в Литве (21 с дефейсом), 297 в Латвии (21 с дефейсом), 191 в Эстонии (15 с дефейсами). Сайт считается зараженным, если он попадает в один из списков баз данных (Virustotal, Spamhaus, PhishTank и т.д.)
  • WordPress остается ведущей CMS для создания веб-сайтов, он занимает более 80% рынка. Только 34% доступных сайтов в Прибалтике имеют действительный сертификат SSL.
  • Данные списка доменов взяты из сервиса Domains-Index. Анализ был подготовлен сервисом WebTotem.

Научный центр оперативного мониторинга Земли

Научный центр оперативного мониторинга Земли (НЦ ОМЗ) осуществляет планирование космической съемки, прием, регистрацию, обработку, каталогизацию, архивацию, распространение космической информации с российских и зарубежных космических аппаратов дистанционного зондирования Земли (ДЗЗ).