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    How users like The New Dynamic help CloudCannon iterate and improve

    David Large

    10 August 2022

    Several weeks ago, I interviewed Régis Philibert, Lead Developer at The New Dynamic, for a case study about how tND is using CloudCannon. It was an illuminating interview — for...

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    Going Wild with Hugo Modules

    Nuance Communications TechPubs Team

    30 July 2022

    At the recent HugoConf, Jeanne Haskett, Nathalie Laroche, and Kimberley Brown — part of the Nuance Communications TechPubs team — presented their process for using Hugo modules, which enables efficient...

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    HugoConf 2022

    David Large

    21 July 2022

    At CloudCannon we always focus on using the right tool for the job. (And if we can’t find the right tool, we build it!) When we added Hugo support to...

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  • Photo illustration of Pagefind compass logo and a pile of unorganized pages

    Introducing Pagefind: Static Low-bandwidth Search at Scale

    Liam Bigelow

    16 July 2022

    We’re delighted to launch Pagefind, an open-source tool that adds search to your static websites without hosting any infrastructure, while respecting your users’ bandwidth. At CloudCannon, we firmly believe there...

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  • Save button with a stack of review screens and a cursor.

    Saving Time: Our New Editor Improvements

    Dave Strydom

    15 July 2022

    Recently, we’ve devoted our focus to reducing editing disruption and build-wait times when saving and working across our Visual, Source, Content, and Data Editors. Behind this focus are careful conversations...

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  • Photo illustration of websites on one side of a road sign

    Why the web is turning away from WordPress

    David Large

    24 June 2022

    A few months ago, I read a fascinating interview with Matt Mullenweg, the CEO of Automattic and co-founder of WordPress. Among other glimpses into the inner workings of the 17-year-old...

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  • Photo illustration of Hugo logo on a horizon

    HugoConf is on the horizon!

    David Large

    17 June 2022

    As I write this, it’s just over three weeks until the first ever HugoConf will be held. Given the global appeal of Hugo and the amazing response from participants across...

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  • Illustration of Hugo logo, boxing gloves, and Gatsby logo

    Hugo vs. Gatsby.js

    David Large

    4 June 2022

    With GatsbyConf a few months behind us, and the new-conference-on-the-block HugoConf approaching on the horizon, we are now — temporally, at least — between Gatsby.js and Hugo. Distinctly different in their...

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  • Photo illustration of Hugo logos on pedestals

    Fifty of 2022's most popular Hugo themes

    David Large

    21 May 2022

    One reason Hugo is such a popular static site generator is the ease with which you can add visually appealing themes to new and existing website projects. Maybe a responsive...

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  • Photo illustration of Hugo logo and books

    Twelve Amazing Free Hugo Documentation Themes

    David Large

    14 May 2022

      Providing responsive and intuitive documentation is a key concern for every software business, from SaaS to desktop applications. Whether you’re documenting a series of steps or explaining precisely how...

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  • The best headless CMS for Hugo

    David Large

    5 May 2022

    You already know Hugo. It’s one of the most popular static site generators in the world, because of its optimized build speeds, built-in templates for SEO, analytics, commenting (and more!),...

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  • Photo illustration of nighttime car race, with Hugo, Bookshop and CloudCannon logos

    Stay in the race with Hugo, Bookshop, and CloudCannon’s Git-powered CMS

    Bryce Wray

    28 April 2022

    It’s tough to be competitive in the ever-changing world of web development. Trends, even fads, come and go. While an experienced web dev learns to know the difference between sound...

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