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Comments on Gatsby feature comparison #16233

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gillkyle opened this issue Jul 30, 2019 · 16 comments
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Comments on Gatsby feature comparison #16233

gillkyle opened this issue Jul 30, 2019 · 16 comments

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@gillkyle gillkyle commented Jul 30, 2019

Similar to the old issue at #2444

We're updating the features comparison page to help potential Gatsby adopters compare Gatsby to alternative frameworks and tools in the CMS and JAMstack space. These include Drupal, WordPress, Next, Nuxt, Hugo, and Jekyll.

Because framework capabilities are always changing we're opening this issue as a general banner to ensure the information contained remains complete, accurate and up to date. Please comment with suggestions if you feel it is not, especially if you are a member of one of the above mentioned communities.

@sidharthachatterjee sidharthachatterjee changed the title Comments on Gatsby feature comparison Gatsby feature comparison Jul 31, 2019
@sidharthachatterjee sidharthachatterjee changed the title Gatsby feature comparison Comments on Gatsby feature comparison Aug 20, 2019
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@kitmacleod kitmacleod commented Sep 14, 2019

I am a fan (and user) of Gatsby and like the structure and presentation of comparison. From a look at Gatsby vs Next, is this completely objective- is there no area/feature that Next outperforms Gatsby (maybe not)?

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This issue has gone quiet. Spooky quiet. 👻

We get a lot of issues, so we currently close issues after 30 days of inactivity. It’s been at least 20 days since the last update here.
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As a friendly reminder: the best way to see this issue, or any other, fixed is to open a Pull Request. Check out gatsby.dev/contribute for more information about opening PRs, triaging issues, and contributing!

Thanks for being a part of the Gatsby community! 💪💜

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It’s been 30 days since anything happened on this issue, so our friendly neighborhood robot (that’s me!) is going to close it.
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@wardpeet wardpeet added not stale and removed stale? labels Dec 16, 2019
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@Countryen Countryen commented Feb 5, 2020

Hey, possible that this is outdated?

The chart below details Gatsby’s capabilities in comparison with a representative from each category. Click on any row to see a more detailed explanation on that feature and our rating for each system.

When I click any row, there is no additional details showed. Also, no tooltip on hover.
Tested on chrome 80 and firefox.

Where do I find more information?

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@gillkyle gillkyle commented Feb 6, 2020

Thanks for surfacing this @Countryen, it looks like we don't have any descriptions in this file: https://github.com/gatsbyjs/gatsby/blob/master/docs/features/gatsby-features-specs.csv

I'm going to add this to my backlog EDIT: I just created an issue asking for help on updating this.

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@LekoArts LekoArts commented Feb 25, 2020

Let's close this as #21247 was opened.

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@LekoArts LekoArts closed this Feb 25, 2020
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@averysmithproductions averysmithproductions commented Mar 17, 2020

Under "Integrations", it seems as though the second bullet for "OOTB Integrations with 50+ other systems" encompasses the first bullet.

"50+" is greater than "20+" so "50+" would include "20+".

What am I missing here?

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@RaffyeMemon RaffyeMemon commented Apr 21, 2020

Question:

I have new site coming up .. how Gatsby compares with WordPress based on content management. my client will be average Joe who is only able to manage content using wordpress visual builder etc.. I cannot ask him to go in and mess with GraphQL pages or templates. can someone guide if Gatsby is good for content driven site. ??

Thanks,

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@dheerajmpai dheerajmpai commented May 3, 2020

Gatsby Vs NextJS is incomplete. In fact there is nothing on the site. Can users just add things to the table?

In my opinion -

NextJS is good for SEO due to SSR. But you need a server to render. While Gatsby is client-side where we do not need much SSR requirement

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@dheerajmpai dheerajmpai commented May 3, 2020

https://www.gatsbyjs.org/features/jamstack/gatsby-vs-nextjs
Link the page. (It has no table though)

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@Maxhodges Maxhodges commented May 8, 2020

could you please please please add Gridsome to the compare?

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@ghost ghost commented May 28, 2020

DX needs to be updated. As of release 0.70.0 Hugo supports modern JavaScript via Babel. DX table should include a scale component. I'm able to build a Hugo site with 57K pages in 50 seconds:

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This is a real site with real data.

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@LekoArts LekoArts commented Jul 3, 2020

The reason why this issue was opened was resolved. Once we plan on working on this part again we could open a new issue. As of now, nothing really actionable here.

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@leerob leerob commented Jul 12, 2020

Hey! Thanks for the comparison table with Next.js and Gatsby. A few things I noticed that need updated for Next.

  • Documentation / Sourcing Data (Excellent) Source
  • Documentation / SEO (Excellent) Source
  • Documentation / Adding search (Good) Source
  • Documentation / Adding analytics (Good) Source
  • Documentation / Adding authentication (Good) Source (Many)

Then a few questions, as I might be missing things.

  • Why is Delivery Optimization / Static content & CDN good for both Gatsby and Next.js? It seems like Next has great support for AMP. I don't know enough at Gatsby's APM to comment with confidence.
  • Why is progressive/responsive image loading excellent for Gatsby, but good for Next? Don't they both require plugins? (e.g. gatsby-plugin-sharp and next-optimized-images)

Thanks! 🙏

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