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Hugo - A Fast and Flexible Static Site Generator built with love in GoLang

  •    Go

A Fast and Flexible Static Site Generator built with love by spf13 and friends in Go.Hugo is a static HTML and CSS website generator written in Go. It is optimized for speed, ease of use, and configurability. Hugo takes a directory with content and templates and renders them into a full HTML website. Hugo is designed to work well for any kind of website including blogs, tumbles, and docs.

ink - An elegant static blog generator

  •    Go

InkPaper is an static blog generator developed by Golang, No dependencies, Cross platform, Easy use, Fast build, Elegant theme. Default theme placed in theme folder, run npm install and npm run build to rebuild in this folder.

Bludit - Simple, Fast and Flexible CMS

  •    PHP

Bludit is a web application to build your own web site or blog in seconds, it's completely free and open source. Bludit uses files in JSON format to store the content, you don't need to install or configure a database. You only need a web server with PHP support. Bludit supports Markdown and HTML code for the content.

dingo - Blog engine written in Go (Looking for contributors)

  •    Go

This project is under heavy development and is not ready for use. However, we'd love to have your contribution. Dingo is a full-featured blog engine written in Go.




vertigo - Blog engine in Go (golang)

  •    Go

Vertigo is blogging platform similar to Ghost, Medium and Tumblr. Vertigo is written in Go and has fully featured JSON API and it can be run using single binary on all major operating systems like Windows, Linux and OSX. The frontend code is powered by Go's template/html package, which is similar to Mustache.js. The template files are in plain HTML and JavaScript (vanilla) only appears on few pages. JavaScript is stripped down as much as possible to provide a better user experience on different devices. Vertigo also ships without any CSS frameworks, so it is easy to start customizing the frontend with the tools of your choice.

gojekyll - A fast clone of the Jekyll blogging engine, in Go

  •    Go

Gojekyll is a partially-compatible clone of the Jekyll static site generator, written in the Go programming language. It provides build and serve commands, with directory watch and live reload.This project is at an early stage of development.

rklotz - Yet another simple single-user file-based golang-driven blog engine

  •    Go

You need to have Docker installed and running. Then open http://127.0.0.1:8080 in your browser.

blgo - blgo is a 49cc engine for my blog

  •    Go

See my blog for a live example.


xiaolongtongxue

  •    Go

Turn your favorite markup git repository as a website, with Github favorite rendering layout, automatically. The README.md is your document which will be rendered as a web page, you could, however, change the file name pattern with willcard, see the configuration section. Its URL path is /articles/2017/how-does-qq-know-who-i-am, same layout as directory.

trofaf - Super simple live static blog generator in Go. Vraiment trofaf.

  •    Go

trofaf is a super-simple live static blog engine. It generates a static website from markdown files and front matter, and requires only a simple 3-directories structure to get going. It favors simplicity over features.

SteamPress - A Blogging Engine and Platform written in Swift for use with the Vapor Framework

  •    Swift

SteamPress is a Swift blogging engine for use with the Vapor Framework to deploy blogs to sites that run on top of Vapor. It uses Fluent so will work with any database that has a Fluent Driver. It also incorporates a Markdown Provider allowing you to write your posts in Markdown and then use Leaf to render the markdown. The blog can either be used as the root of your website (i.e. appearing at https://www.acme.org) or in a subpath (i.e. https://www.acme.org/blog/).

smallblog - A simple self-hosted no-db blog, inspired by Hugo

  •    Go

The main goal of this project is to show how easily you can develop a flat file blog with markdown as the primary writing language. It's not perfect, it will never be, some people are already doing great things based on that idea, like Hugo for instance. Smallblog is a quick project. The goal is to take some markdown files with front matter headers (written in yaml), parse them, render them and store the resulting HTML in memory. Which means, the more markdown files you have, the more memory smallblog will consume. It can also generate a static website, but that's not as fun.