camel - "Camel" is a blogging platform written in Node

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"Camel" is a blogging platform written in Node.js. It is designed to be fast, simple, and lean. Camel is neither a static blogging platform nor a truly dynamic one. It is a little from column A, and a little from column B. The first time a post is loaded, it is rendered by converting from Markdown to HTML, and then postprocessed by adding headers & footer, as well as making metadata replacements. Upon a completed render, the resultant HTML is stored and used from that point forward.

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