The following is a guest post by Mike Neumegen from CloudCannon. This final post is about adding some functionality to a Jekyll site that isn't possible: comments. That's because Jekyll has no backend component in which to save comments. But, we don't even need that if we do it entirely front-end with Firebase!
The following is a guest post by Mike Neumegen from CloudCannon. Mike and I talked about doing a little series on building Jekyll sites, which of course I was into because Jekyll is great and more education around static site generators is a good thing. Full disclosure, Mike's company CloudCannon is a CMS on top of Jekyll. As part of this series, he's going to show you how to use that, so I requested it be a sponsored post.