re: What If I Want My Website to Last for 100 Years? VIEW POST


I think you can split this problem two ways. Something that I can go back to the same url in 100 years and something that I can keep building in 100 years.

I think Gatsby is a great choice and will be able to run for a really long time, likely 100 years. Since it can be statically hosted anywhere it would be easy to pivot hosting providers as they go in and out if business.

Now can you build it and keep adding content in 100 years. It's not very likely that you would. npm, node, and the whole ecosystem will not likely last 100 years as it is now. But if you have all of your content in markdown it will be easy to pivot to the next big thing when necessary.

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