When comparing Sett vs Gatsby JS, the Slant community recommends Gatsby JS for most people. In the question“What are the best solutions for a personal blog?” Gatsby JS is ranked 9th while Sett is ranked 25th.
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Pro Discoverable Content
With Sett, one doesn't feel like an island in isolation. There is an active community of bloggers who's content is easy to find
Pro Promises an audience
Sett is focused on bringing community attention and participation to their users articles.
Pro Zero setup required
You only need to provide your e-mail address to create a blog and start writing.
Pro Track stats
Sett allows easy tracking of visitors, subscribers and comments.
Pro Advanced blogging tools
Sett can queue your posts (automatically and manually) to be published at a later time and using a WYSIWYG editor. You can set the permalink to what you want by hand, order posts into categories and exchange private messages.
Pro No page reload when navigating
Pro Based on React.js
Editing markup is phenomenally easy when you have components.
Pro A lot of plugins
Gatsby offers a lot of plugins to integrate tools like SASS, typescript, styled components, etc.
Pro Live reload
Every change you make can be almost immediately seen in a browser.
Pro Open Source
Pro Take content from any source
Gatsby can generate the pages with content from any sources like Drupal, Wordpress, Contentful, etc. If the source plugin is not coded for your solution, you can create it.
Pro A static site and a React app in one
The static pages are generated by Server Site Rendering of the React app. So you have all benefits of a static site, and all benefits of a React app, which is very powerful.
Pro GraphQL Data Layer
Pro A lot of examples
Gatsby have a lot of examples sites in his github repository.
Pro Very active development
Gatsby is very actively developed and the maintainers are very helpful.
Pro Beautiful out-of-the-box blog starters
Pro Built-in code and data splitting
Con Promises an audience?
Need more traction
Con A bit raw
You'll maybe have to tweak some JSX if you want something that's not covered by available themes.