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Celebrating Eleventy 2.0 πŸŽ‰

Zach Leatherman returns to the show to discuss his progress over the last year since going full-time on Eleventy, including Eleventy 2.0, the release of WebC, and the state of static site generators.

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(00:00) - It's party time, y'all
(00:55) - Welcoming Zach to the show
(03:23) - This year in Eleventy
(04:49) - New stuff in 2.0
(07:59) - Edge functions
(13:51) - Vite support
(18:57) - Sponsor: KBall Coaching
(20:13) - What broke in 2.0
(23:56) - Astro & WebC
(27:12) - WebC & P.E.
(31:36) - Moar on WebC!
(34:30) - Sponsor: Changelog++
(35:26) - Web components require JS?
(37:47) - Moar on web components!
(41:07) - Exciting Eleventy 3.0 features
(44:16) - What's next for WebC
(47:01) - Turning off JS?
(50:43) - Nick's TypeScript commission
(54:20) - Wrapping up
(55:25) - Next up on the pod

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