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BlogEngine

  •    ASPNET

BlogEngine.NET is an open source .NET blogging project that was born out of desire for a better blog platform. A blog platform with less complexity, easy customization, and one that takes advantage of the latest .NET features.

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.

gutenberg - A fast static site generator in a single binary with everything built-in.

  •    Rust

A fast static site generator in a single binary with everything built-in. Documentation is available on its site or in the docs/content folder of the repository.

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.




Wyam - A modular static content and static site generator.

  •    CSharp

Wyam is a simple to use, highly modular, and extremely configurable static content generator that can be used to generate web sites, produce documentation, create ebooks, and much more. Since everything is configured by chaining together flexible modules (that you can even write yourself), the only limits to what it can create are your imagination. For more information see Wyam.io.

monologue - Monologue is a basic blogging engine

  •    Ruby

THIS README IS FOR THE MASTER BRANCH AND REFLECTS THE WORK CURRENTLY EXISTING ON THE MASTER BRANCH. IF YOU ARE WISHING TO USE A NON-MASTER BRANCH OF MONOLOGUE, PLEASE CONSULT THAT BRANCH'S README AND NOT THIS ONE. NOT MAINTAINED ANYMORE: This project hasn't been maintained for a while. It's pretty basic and should still work. Chances are issues and PRs might not receive the attention they deserve, at least, not quickly, if at all.

Anchor CMS - A lightweight blog CMS for PHP

  •    PHP

Anchor is a free, lightweight, faster-than-a-bullet, simple blogging system, made for art–directed posts.

Plume - Federated blogging application, thanks to ActivityPub

  •    Rust

Federated blogging engine, based on ActivityPub. It uses the Rocket framework, and Diesel to interact with the database. It is not yet ready for production use, but we have all the basic features (account management, blogs, articles, comments, etc) and a basic federation.


BlogEngine.NET

  •    ASPNET

BlogEngine.NET is a full featured blog engine targeted at .NET developers. It is light weight and very simple to modify and extend.

concrete5 - CMS built for Geeks

  •    PHP

concrete5 is a open source CMS implemented in PHP. It provides support to do In-context editing. File manager manages the images and documents which could be used throughout the site. Every page in a concrete5 site is part of one unified hierarchy called site tree. It provides support for User management, full text search, Page versions and lot more.

Pelican -Static Site Generator Written in Python

  •    Python

Pelican is a static site generator, written in Python. It helps to write your weblog entries directly with your editor of choice (vim!) in reStructuredText or Markdown. It supports Code syntax highlighting, Blog articles and pages, Comments, Theming support, Atom/RSS feeds and lot more.

Geeklog - The Secure CMS

  •    PHP

Geeklog manages dynamic web content. "Out of the box", it is a blog engine, or a CMS with support for comments, trackbacks, multiple syndication formats, spam protection, and all the other vital features of such a system. Geeklog was originally developed for the Security Geeks web site.

Mango Blog - An Extensible Blog Engine

  •    ColdFusion

Mango Blog is an extensible blog engine built with ColdFusion. It provides the core engine to administer and publish entries and the necessary architecture to extend its basic functionality by adding plugins. Mango Blog can be easily customized by the use of exchangeable and completely customizable skins.

Flask-Blogging - A Markdown Based Python Blog Engine as a Flask Extension.

  •    Python

This is a Flask extension for adding blog support to your site using Markdown. Please see Flask-Blogging documentation for more details. You can extend Flask-Blogging by using plugins from here. Check out the Serverless Blog demo running on AWS Lambda.

MvcBlog

  •    ASPNET

A blog made with ASP.NET MVC and LINQ to SQL. Planned features: - Pretty urls (well it is mvc) - Multiple blogs in the same database.

Xenta Framework - extensible enterprise n-tier application framework

  •    DotNet

Xenta is an extensible enterprise n-tier application framework with multilayered architecture. It is an open source project and available for free. Developed in .NET/C# programming language. Initially targeted to web based solutions. Licensed under the MIT license.

BlogML .NET

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BlogML .NET a set of .NET libraries for working with the BlogML format. You can learn more about BlogML by visiting its website: http://code.google.com/p/blogml

ASP.NET MVC Press/Blog Sample Application

  •    ASPNET

This project will provide you with an ASP.NET MVC Press(WordPress like)/Blog Sample application. Multi Tenant Blogging System Standard Features - A Wordpress like clone allowing for multiple blogs - Blog functionality including: Posts, Post, Comments with CAPTCHA, Tags, Cate...

Enhanced BlogEngine.NET

  •    ASPNET

Enhanced BlogEngine.NET is an alternative and customized version of full featured ASP.NET blog engine. Features Multilingual support for posts, pages, etc...

Blog MVC.NET

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A Blog Engine based on ASP.NET MVC framework. It seems several of these projects have begun, with little or no action. I would like to begin this project and make sure that it stays alive by frequent code posting (every 2 or 3 weeks) and posting to discussions (at least once...