“Built with Jigsaw” is a gallery of websites made with Jigsaw, and includes helpful articles about using Jigsaw. Sites features include a link to the deployed website, and in some cases, the GitHub repo of the site’s Jigsaw source code:
Being able to view the source of Jigsaw projects is an excellent way to learn how developers are using the platform and pick up on their techniques for organizing templates and layouts:
Check out builtwithjigsaw.com today!
Have a Jigsaw Site Already?
If you already operate a Jigsaw site, you can get featured on Built with Jigsaw by submitting your project as a pull request on GitHub!
Learn More About Jigsaw
Jigsaw, brought to you by the fine folks at Tighten, is a stable framework for rapidly building static sites using Laravel’s Blade templating. Last year Jigsaw launched version 1.0 and this year Tighten and the open-source community continues to add improvements and cool new features to the Jigsaw platform.
The first commit of the Jigsaw source project started back in 2015 from Laravel community member and Tighten alumnus Adam Wathan. The current v1.x offering is lead by Keith Damiani and many other contributors.
If you are interested in getting started with the Jigsaw platform, check out the documentation. The builtwithjigsaw.com website is (ironically, but not surprisingly) built with Jigsaw and is an excellent reference of a real site built with Jigsaw. Check out the source code on GitHub at tightenco/builtwithjigsaw.