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assemble-boilerplate-markdown - Use Assemble to generate HTML pages from markdown content

  •    Javascript

Use Assemble to generate HTML pages from markdown content. Useful for wikis, gh-pages, documentation and blogs or sites with markdown posts. This is not intended to be "documentation" for Assemble, the content used in this project is for example purposes. So you will learn by browsing the source code, rendered code, and seeing how it renders in the browser.

assemble-gist-blog - Use Assemble to create a blog from GitHub Gists! Consider this an example of how to get started with Assemble

  •    Javascript

Assemble a blog from gists. It's hard to believe when you see how fast the pages render, but all of the content in the example pages is from Gists.

boilerplate-assemble-swig - Example of using swig templates with Assemble.

  •    Javascript

Example project using Assemble and Swig. In lieu of a formal styleguide, take care to maintain the existing coding style. Add unit tests for any new or changed functionality. Lint and test your code using grunt.

jstatic - Grunt plugin for static webpages generation

  •    Javascript

A simple, easily extensible, static documents generation task for Grunt. Read jstatic - Flexible static site generation for an introduction to jstatic concepts. In your project's Gruntfile, add a section named jstatic to the data object passed into grunt.initConfig().

pigger - A cross-platform note taking and static blog writing system in golang

  •    Go

Then you can run pigmgr_xxx from command line and finish the installation. You should use a full functional text editor such as notepad++, vs code editor, sublime, or vim and so on.

blog-generator - static blog generator for my blog at https://zupzup.org/

  •    Go

A static blog generator using a configurable GitHub repository as a data-source. The posts are written in markdown with yml metadata attached to them. This is an example repo for the blog at https://zupzup.org/. The tool can be configured using a config file called bloggen.yml. There is a bloggen.dist.yml in the repository you can use as a template.

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