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A Bridgetown plugin to provide a sophisticated DSL for writing plugins at a higher level of abstraction.
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Bridgetown is a Webpack-aware, Ruby-powered static site generator for the modern Jamstack era. Bridgetown takes your content, API data, and frontend assets; renders templates in Markdown, Liquid, ERB, and many other formats; and exports a complete website ready to be served by fast Jamstack services like Netlify or traditional web servers like Nginx.

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Special Thanks to Our Founding Members! ๐Ÿ™ ๐ŸŽ‰

Say howdy ๐Ÿ‘‹ to our growing list of the first twenty sponsors of Bridgetown on GitHub. You too can join this list and sponsor Bridgetown!

pilotcph andrewmcodes miatrinity marcoroth mtomov
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@johnchambers @wout @pascalwengerter @DRBragg You Next?
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Commercial Support

Bridgetown development is spearheaded by Portland-based web studio Whitefusion. Contact us if you need commercial support for your Bridgetown content strategy, site design, or deployment.

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Testing Locally

If you'd like to hack away on Bridgetown directly, you'll need to clone this repo and ensure the test suite passes. Note that this is a "monorepo", meaning that multiple Rubygem codebases are stored within a single repo.

$ git clone
$ cd bridgetown
$ bundle # install development gems
$ bundle exec rake # run the full test suite

After making changes in bridgetown-core, if you want to run a single unit test, you can use the command:

$ script/test test/test_foo.rb

If you are only updating a Cucumber .feature file, you can use the command:

$ script/cucumber features/foo.feature

Both script/test and script/cucumber can be run without arguments to run its entire respective suite.

To switch one of your website repos to using the local gem, add the local gem path to the site's Gemfile as follows:

gem "bridgetown-core", path: "/path/to/bridgetown/bridgetown-core"

Need help?

If you don't find the answer to your problem in our docs, ask the community for help.

Code of Conduct

In order to have a more open and welcoming community, Bridgetown adheres to a code of conduct adapted from the Contributor Covenant.

Please adhere to this code of conduct in any interactions you have in the Bridgetown community. It is strictly enforced on all official Bridgetown repositories, websites, and resources. If you encounter someone violating these terms, please let one of our core team members know and we will address it as soon as possible.


Bridgetown is built by:

jaredcwhite jaredmoody andrewmcodes ParamagicDev MikeRogers0
@jaredcwhite @jaredmoody @andrewmcodes @ParamagicDev @MikeRogers0
Portland, OR Portland, OR Wilmington, NC Providence, RI Ny-ร…lesund, Svalbard
@wout @codemargaret @julianrubisch @ianbayne @ayushn21
Brighton, UK Portland, OR Vienna, Austria Tokyo, Japan London, UK
@bkmgit @pascalwengerter You Next?
Lisbon, Portugal Anywhere

Interested in joining the Bridgetown Core Team? Send a DM to Jared in Discord and let's chat!


The gem is available as open source under the terms of the MIT LICENSE file.