Chris Roane has a new post to his blog outlining a few different options web developers today have for creating new websites or applications - static, custom, framework-based or CMS.
Over the years I've built many different types of websites. These range from being a few pages, to being very customized with advanced features. I've learned there is no clear definition in the best way to create a website. But I do think there are advantages and disadvantages to pursuing different methods. This article takes an analytical look at each option. Let's take a closer look at the different approaches in building a website.
He includes a brief summary talking about each method and mentions things like benefits and downfalls of the approach and what can be involved in their development.