What is Gridsome?
Build websites using latest web tech tools that developers love - Vue.js, GraphQL and Webpack. Get hot-reloading and all the power of Node.js. Gridsome makes building websites fun again.
Gridsome is a tool in the Static Site Generators category of a tech stack.
Gridsome is an open source tool with 7.3K GitHub stars and 431 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Gridsome's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses Gridsome?
9 companies reportedly use Gridsome in their tech stacks, including überdosis, CodeCarrot, and Website.
108 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Gridsome.
Node.js, WordPress, Vue.js, Webpack, and GraphQL are some of the popular tools that integrate with Gridsome. Here's a list of all 13 tools that integrate with Gridsome.
Pros of Gridsome
Starter kit as a base for new project
Reusable components (Vue)
Allows to use markdown files as articles
Generated websites are super fast
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