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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.

nextein - A static site generator with markdown + react for Next.js

  •    Javascript

nextein is a wrapper around next.js that allows you to write static sites using markdown and react. NodeJS v8.x+ is required to run nextein commands.

wit-cms - A file-based blog-aware content-management system for Express.

  •    Javascript

wit-cms is a flat-file, "blog aware", publishing platform for Express. It's designed for those who want WordPress-like functionality without the heft and attack-surface of a WordPress installation. It emphasizes simplicity, security, and performance. On application start, wit-cms loads all site content into an in-memory object, making it possible to serve content without reading a disk. This makes it faster than traditional database-backed content-management systems.


  •    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.

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.

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