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Dan Romero
@dwr.eth
Anyone have strong opinions on VitePress? https://vitepress.dev
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osama
@osama
usecase? Normally you can get same functionality with Next/Nuxt without much effort and easier to scale the later. Vitepress was great when Gatsby et al were a thing. Next/Nuxt cover those usecases well with minimal config/setup
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Dan Romero
@dwr.eth
Simplify the Markdown to website pipeline
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@osama
If looking at vitepress then I guess https://docusaurus.io/ is worth a look
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Dan Romero
@dwr.eth
We used to use Docusaurus but found non-documentation pages to be really clunky.
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Mac Budkowski ᵏ
@macbudkowski
lol that's a really good name
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Harper Reed
@harper.eth
We moved to using Astro for our landing pages and markdown content. Was super easy. I am of the opinion that using next today will be looked at like those who used java in 2003. Can do everything, but ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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