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We have published is 1 review for Jekyll. The average overall ratings is 4.0 / 5 stars.
Overall Opinion: Jekyll is a great tool for businesses and individuals who want to create a customized static website or blog without having to go through the tedious process of coding everything by hand. Since it must be installed as a RubyGem application, the program works best for those who are already using or are familiar with the RubyGems environment. If you are one of these people, the installation of Jekyll is easy. Once installed, Jekyll makes it easy to get started by providing quick-start instructions, and starting you with a default theme and some basic content. However, if you are someone who likes to completely customize a website, you will have to go through the extra step of deleting this starting content. Although Jekyll has a lot of themes to choose from, it can be difficult to find one due to the lack of a search feature. Also, installing the theme requires that you check the RubyGem bundle to make sure that the site manages the theme you select. The live serve command available on Jekyll allows you to test out the site before opening it on a browser. Once your site is on a browser, the software automatically makes any changes to the site as you work. You use Markdown while writing content for your site, a syntax that many find easy to use and easily readable. To make editing your site even easier, Jekyll offers a plug-in API that allows you to add new features to site using short pieces of code.
Pros: Makes it easy to create static websites that provide more security than dynamic ones Quick-start guide and a default theme help you get started quickly Easy to install using the RubyGems environment Offers a variety of themes for your website Makes use of Markdown syntax which is easy to use and read Plug-in API provides short codes for easy updates to the functionality of your site Automatically updates your site on the browser as you make changes
Cons: You must have the RubyGems environment installed on your device Lack of a search feature makes it hard to find themes No point and click interface for those unfamiliar with the Markdown system
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