- A Simple CMS

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The goal of is to provide the most simplistic CMS experience possible. It is not intended for large, multifaceted websites - it just ain't got the juice. is for simple, informational websites. Maybe a site for a local barber shop? Perhaps even a site for your cat? It does not requires database, all your data will be stored as JSON files.



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