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Xblog - A powerful and responsive blog system powered by laravel 5.5.

  •    PHP

Powerful and responsive blog system powered by laravel 5.5. Click https://lufficc.com to view live demo. This blog is for my own use. I used to use hexo and github pages as my blog, but it's not flexible. Thus I write this blog. What I want to say is laravel is the best php framework I've ever seen.

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.

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.

blog - The engine behind Phalcon's blog

  •    PHP

Phalcon PHP is a web framework delivered as a C extension providing high performance and lower resource consumption. This is the official Phalcon Blog you can adapt it to your own needs or improve it if you want. We expect to implement as many features as possible to showcase the framework and its potential.

prosa - Prosa Blog Server

  •    Javascript

Sorry but release instructions are in spanish only, read them in LEEME.md document. This will change in future releases.

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/).