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Jekyll is probably the most widely used static site generator and has been around for quite some time - 2008 to be specific. It’s simple to use and the low barrier to entry is sometimes cited as the source of its success in the era of newer, more modern static site generators.
Jekyll helps create static websites and blogs from plain text. With Jekyll, you’ll typically work with content in Markdown, a lightweight markup language designed for text formatting. The text content is then paired with the very popular templating engine, Liquid. One of Jekyll’s key selling points for newcomers is its wide range of importers. The series of tools enable an existing site to be migrated to Jekyll with relative ease. Jekyll was built with Ruby so if you’re comfortable with Ruby you might want to check it out.
Fun Fact: GitHub Pages are powered by Jekyll.