Deploying a Statamic v3 site to Netlify using Statamic's SSG addon.
I've recently transformed my Statamic powered site into a statically hosted version, mostly because services like Netlify and Firebase offer free hosting for static files, which means I don't need to manage and pay for my own server. The only dynamic piece that was missing was a way for people to react or comment to my blog entries.
My personal website & blog has been hosted on a DigitalOcean droplet for years, but recently I've been trying to move away from hosting and managing my own server.
Laravel Mix isn’t provided by default in Statamic v2, in this short post I’ll show you how to create a quick site helper to read the mix-manifest.json and output versioned assets.
Clients and content editors often want a lot of choices and make everything customizable to fit their style or the content.