I haven’t, it’s be interesting to take a look.
The thing is that I'm not sure it's possible to build a multisection page where the contents are splitted in several markdown files with VuePress. That's not its main goal I guess.
VuePress (in my understanding) is meant for documentation websites whereas Gridsome can accommodate any (Markdown-based or Vue-based) static sites so I think Gridsome might be better for your use case.
However, I haven't used both (other than a small start with Gridsome) so I can't say where VuePress is more suited than Gridsome or Nuxt; but I'll love to read about that from someone who knows.
Lucky you! I wrote a nice article on this. Jokes aside, VuePress can be extended to cover many use cases, as can Gridsome. I had a pretty good experience with VuePress so will stick with it. One thing I wouldn't recommend is Hexo. For Nuxt, I'd use it for sites that have more sophisticated needs (such as vuevixens.org).
Would you recommend VuePress for a portfolio website (like this one) and/or a company one with a portal (like spiritcartel.com)?
hm, for the first site, there's a lot of custom styling, and VuePress might honestly get in the way of that. SpiritCartel seems pretty complex...honestly I might go for Nuxt on those sites.
Okay, thanks for the insight. I'll have a go at Nuxt.
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