Articles by Jared
The Future of Bridgetown Today in v0.18 “Taylor Street”
An action-packed release which sets the tone for the future of Bridgetown and the broader Ruby web developer community.
The Data Cascade, Find Tag, and More in Bridgetown 0.17
We're pleased as Punch to announce the release of Bridgetown 0.17, codenamed "Mount Scott". Some of the improvements are optimizations at the code level and preparing for bigger features down the road (i18n), but there are also a few goodies you can start using in your projects today.
Midsummer 2020 Bridgetown Plugin Roundup
Bridgetown is amazingly useful right out of the box, but add a few plugins and an automation or two, and it sizzles!
To ERB and Beyond! What’s New in Bridgetown 0.16 “Crystal Springs”
It's the height of summer, and we’re here with a real treat for Rubyists everywhere! At last you can have your cake and eat it too with the release of Bridgetown 0.16 “Crystal Springs”—write site templates in your choice of ERB, Haml, or Slim all while enjoying the benefits of Bridgetown’s Jekyll-inspired ease of configuration and rapid content development process.
Introducing Our Latest Sponsor and a New Core Team Member
Today's post may be short, but it is exciting nonetheless! Please give a warm welcome to Martin Tomov and Konnor Rogers.
Huge Theme and Workflow Advances in Bridgetown 0.15 “Overlook”
Introducing themes, automations, Liquid Components, testing strategies, and a new Thor-based CLI—all to make your experience building Bridgetown sites a true delight.
Bridgetown Around the Web (Late May 2020 Edition)
A whole lot's been happening lately in the world of Bridgetown and the Jamstack, and this is our attempt to get caught up in blog form!
A Bridge to the Future: What’s New in Bridgetown 0.14 “Hazelwood”
The biggest public release of Bridgetown since its inception, featuring the brand-new Unified Plugins API, Active Support, and a whole lot more.
PostCSS, Tailwind, Plugins…Oh My!
For you diehard fans of Tailwind CSS out there, Andrew Mason has got you covered. Also, we now have a GitHub-sourced Plugins directory!
Supercharge Your Bridgetown Site with Ruby Front Matter
You can now write real Ruby code directly in your Front Matter! This feature is available for pages, posts, and other documents–as well as layouts for site-wide access to your Ruby return values.