Time to Hyde: Leaving Jekyll for What's Next.js
As it stands this site is abominably slow, both to develop and to visit. This won’t do.
Next.js offers an appealing blend of performance enhancing features, focusing on pre-rendering and static delivery wherever possible, while retaining the dynamic capabilities of React proper. So far this site is utterly static, but I anticipate developing some more interactive pieces, so the framework I choose must accommodate both dynamic and static pages.
What is worth keeping here? I may go for a full revision, tuned for speed.
Edit: after a hefty round of performance tuning, Jekyll works fine for these purposes. For an example of a really snappy Next.js blob, check out the prototype I tossed together at Easeness.business.