I am currently using Nuxt, but I also considering moving to Next.js with MDX support.
I feel like I was wrong in thinking that I need a CMS, whether headful or headless. I can simulate the search function with a serverless function, anyway.
Also, I was wrong in thinking that Jekyll is putting too many files in a folder. The truth is, one folder and 10k files would still not hurt the performance. Also, it is possible build a flat file CMS on top of the single flat folder, anyway.
In the end, Jekyll isn't so bad, but I just want
That's way I might go Next.js.
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