This week I decided to take a break from Scala and scratch my own itch my building an online bookshelf using Hugo. Hugo is a static site generator written in Go programming language. You can use it for building modern static websites. Static site generator takes your content files written in a markup language like Markdown, apply layouts you have defined, and generate static HTML files that can be delivered to the user. Static websites are nothing new, they date back to the first ever website in human history. We started with static websites, then moved to dynamic websites, and finally we are moving back to static websites for use-cases where it make sense. Most common use-cases for static websites are blogs, product documentation, help guides, tutorials, online portfolio or resume.
You can read full blog https://github.com/shekhargulati/52-technologies-in-2016/blob/master/07-hugo/README.md