Beyond that, the Node.js ecosystem is pretty lively, with plenty to keep the dedicated putterer occupied for a bit. Eleventy can hook into enough of that without going overboard on the Jamstack application side of things. A gentle transition.
Can I see?
Sure! I shared pretty much everything — all the logic, at least — on a Github repo.
This isn’t even my final form
Nowhere near what I’d call “done.” There’s still things to touch up with the Eleventy site. Layout, workflow, architecture.
I just really really wanted to stop complaining about #hugo. It’s great. It really is. It just hasn’t felt like a good fit for my particular flow in the last couple years.