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The Future of 11ty (2024)

A post by Zach Leatherman (zachleat)

Categories: 11ty Conference 2024Why Eleventy?YouTube

Better 11ty Development with Tooling

Getting a component-driven development experience that fits nicely into the 11ty zen.

Categories: Getting StartedLayoutsYouTube

Elevating Video Transcripts as Searchable Content

A post by Zach Leatherman (zachleat)

Categories: How to...PluginsWebCYouTube

THE Eleventy Meetup Feb 20th

We had a lovely meetup with the Eleventy community. I talked about building meetup community sites utilizing Global Data Files and Robb talked about how he builds his website with Eleventy, pulling data in from various sources.

Categories: BloggingHow to...YouTube

Static Feedback #11: All About Eleventy

A post by Zach Leatherman (zachleat)

Categories: Why Eleventy?YouTube

Static Feedback #11: All About Eleventy

Static Feedback #11: All about Eleventy — Eleventy

Categories: Why Eleventy?YouTube

Excluding Livestreams from the YouTube Data API in JavaScript

The YouTube API doesn't exclude past livestream videos from a playlist on its own. Here's how I filtered them.

Categories: How to...Remote DataYouTube

How I built my Now page

YouTube video

Categories: How to...Remote DataYouTube

A WebC-focused YouTube playlist

YouTube video

Categories: YouTube

How Stable is Eleventy? (YouTube)

YouTube video

Categories: YouTube

Rewriting the Eleventy Home Page in WebC

YouTube video

Categories: WebCYouTube

Five Million npm Downloads

Five Million npm Downloads! — Eleventy

Categories: YouTube

CAUTION

The posts below were published before the release of Eleventy v2.0.0 (Feb 8, 2023). Information in these posts may be out of date. The current stable release is 2.0.1. Eleventy v3.0 is currently under development and available for testing.

Quick Tip for Eleventy's WebC support

YouTube video

Categories: WebCYouTube

11ty Second 11ty (YouTube playlist, 8 videos)

YouTube video

Categories: YouTube

Building a YouTube Embed Web Component (both vanilla and WebC flavored)

A look at a simple YouTube embed component built in traditional web components and Eleventy's WebC plugin.

Categories: YouTubeWebC

Crash Course in Eleventy's new WebC Plugin

YouTube video

Categories: WebCYouTube

Static Site Generation with Eleventy (YouTube)

YouTube video

Categories: YouTube

11ty second 11ty: The Render Plugin Part 1

The Render plugin is comprised of two shortcodes for use in your Nunjucks, Liquid or JS templates. It’s a plugin that is bundled with the main 11ty NPM package and ready to use as soon as you nom install 11ty.

Categories: PluginsYouTube

The new Eleventy Vite Plugin

YouTube video

Categories: PluginsYouTube

CAUTION

The posts below were published before the release of Eleventy v1.0.0 (Jan 9, 2022). Information in these posts may be out of date. The current stable release is 2.0.1. Eleventy v3.0 is currently under development and available for testing.

Requesting YouTube API endpoint using Node and 11ty

How to request YouTube API endpoint using Nodejs standard API and Eleventy (11ty) in the frontend!. Tagged with node, eleventy, javascript, html.

Categories: YouTubeHow to...

A First Look at Eleventy Serverless!

YouTube video

Categories: ServerlessYouTube

Faster YouTube embeds in Eleventy

Use lite-youtube-embed in Eleventy for faster and more privacy-minded video

Categories: YouTube

Add YouTube playlists to your Eleventy site

Want to add a YouTube playlist to your Eleventy website? Read on to find out how.

Categories: YouTubeHow to...

Create a Plugin for 11ty (video)

YouTube video

Categories: PluginsYouTube

Let’s Learn Eleventy!

YouTube video

Categories: Getting StartedYouTube

Create an Eleventy (11ty) theme based on a free HTML template

In this video series, we'll take a look at what it takes to start with a free HTML template found on Google and convert it for use with a static site generator (SSG). We'll be using my personal favorite SSG 11ty (EleventyJS).

Categories: How to...YouTube

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