Jampack: Easily Boost Your Static Site

Today, I’m talking about something really cool called Jampack. Basically, it’s a tool that takes your static site generated by your favorite generator (Hugo, Jekyll, Eleventy… there’s something for everyone!) and transforms it into a high-performance beast optimized for an amazing user experience and Core Web Vitals scores that will make the tech giants envious.

How does this thing work? Well, Jampack scans your site and automatically applies a bunch of optimizations. For example, it will:

  • Make your images responsive with modern dimensions and formats like WebP or AVIF. No more images that take forever to load!
  • Prioritize important assets above the fold and lazy-load the rest. This way, your site displays instantly while the rest loads quietly in the background.
  • Inline critical CSS and eliminate the Flash of Unstyled Content (FOUC). Your site will look great from the first milliseconds.
  • Prefetch links to speed up navigation. Your visitors will surf your site at lightning speed!
  • Minify and compress everything: HTML, CSS, JS, SVG… Your bandwidth will thank you.

And all of this without you having to lift a finger! Just a simple

npm install -D @divriots/jampack

and voilà, your site is insanely optimized.

Now, you might be thinking: “Yeah, okay, but my site is already pretty optimized, right?” Well, even the experts at Keycloak.ch, BayJS.org, and CloudCannon.com use Jampack to squeeze out even more performance. Do you really think you can do better? ^^

And of course, all the code is open-source on GitHub under the MIT license. Alright, I’ll leave you to it—I’ve got a site to optimize myself. See ya!

Check it out here.

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Mohamed SAKHRI
Mohamed SAKHRI

I'm the creator and editor-in-chief of Tech To Geek. Through this little blog, I share with you my passion for technology. I specialize in various operating systems such as Windows, Linux, macOS, and Android, focusing on providing practical and valuable guides.

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