Roots

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Fast, flexible, and well-maintained static site generator written in node.

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Roots Pros

Active development

Quick deploys

Dynamic content

Currently going through an upgrade

Custom compilers

Multipass compiles

Client-side templates

Quick

Roots Cons

No i18n (Internationalization)

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