Netlify and Jigsaw tighten
My personal blog has been around for a while and I can't tell you how many times it's been converted throughout the years. It was originally started as a static HTML, WordPress, ClassicPress, Gatsby, Jekyll and now Jigsaw Tighten. However, before Jigsaw Tighten, I was using Justin Tadlock's Blush ( formerly Nova ) framework for a while but I decide to give Jigsaw tighten a try for my personal blog. I haven't give up on Blush yet since I'll be using that for another site that I am currently working on.
Why the move?
To be honest, I don't really have a decent answer for that. I guess that I just wanted to try something different for a change and expand my development process for something entirely. This is where Netlify and Jigsaw Tighten comes into play.
Netlify is an all-in-one platform for automating web projects which replaces your hosting infrastructure and deploys with a single workflow and is free to use. I eventually signed up for Netlify awhile back but never continued but now I am currently using Netlify and finally setup my domain to be host on Netlify for free and see how will it will handle my site.