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…