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dillinger - The last Markdown editor, ever.

  •    Javascript

Dillinger is a cloud-enabled, mobile-ready, offline-storage, AngularJS powered HTML5 Markdown editor. The overriding design goal for Markdown's formatting syntax is to make it as readable as possible. The idea is that a Markdown-formatted document should be publishable as-is, as plain text, without looking like it's been marked up with tags or formatting instructions.

pipe - :saxophone: A small and beautiful blogging platform. 小而美的博客平台。

  •    Go

Pipe is a small and beautiful blogging platform, login via HacPai to use. You are also welcome to update this list through PR.

metalsmith - An extremely simple, pluggable static site generator.

  •    Javascript

An extremely simple, pluggable static site generator. In Metalsmith, all of the logic is handled by plugins. You simply chain them together. Here's what the simplest blog looks like...

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.

MarkdownMonster - An extensible Markdown Editor, Viewer and Weblog Publisher for Windows

  •    CSharp

Markdown Monster is an easy to use and extensible Markdown Editor, Viewer and Weblog Publisher for Windows. Our goal is to provide the best Markdown specific editor for Windows and make it as easy as possible to create Markdown documents. We provide a core editor and previewer, and a number of non-intrusive helpers to help embed content like images, links, tables, code and more into your documents with minimal effort. Markdown Monster is highly customizable and you can adjust the main window theme, the editor and preview themes using plain HTML/CSS based templates. You can also use our Snippets and Commander addins to automate Markdown Monster, or create full blown addins that can access and update active documents as well as add new UI features to the application.

nuxtent-module - Seamlessly use content files in your Nuxt.js sites.

  •    Javascript

Seamlessly use content files in your Nuxt.js sites. I unfortunately don't use this module anymore (interests changed), so I'm hoping that people that do use it can step up as maintainers / contributors. Please join Nuxtent's slack channel and DM me if interested.

blogdown - Generate HTML with Mustache and Markdown

  •    Javascript

Read the blog post.Good enough to give it a shot. Feedback, issues and pull requests welcome.

dilated - A blog for node.js.

  •    Javascript

Dilated is a blog written for node.js. See a live example at dilated.cc. It's modeled after Kroc Camen's amazing blog. (It more or less strives to be a faithful port of it.) It's very lightweight: articles are stored as flat files (in markdown format with JSON metadata). It polls the filesystem to build an index of posts and check for new/deleted ones.This blog was specifically written for myself. The markup and design are very specific to my own site. The markup follows the same philosophy of camendesign: there are no @id's or @classes used purely for the sake of CSS - instead, selectors are used to their full potential. The css does not cater to terrible browsers. etc.

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.

BloggerCMS - :pencil2: An static blog generator made in PHP

  •    Javascript

BloggerCMS is a CMS made in PHP that helps you create truly static blogs via provided admin panel interface; you don't need to create blog posts manually in text files or knowing Markdown syntax unlike other static site generators which is time-consuming. The created blogs become fully portable without any dependencies such as database or any other complicated setups. All data of the blog gets stored in human readable JSON format. The web-based interface (admin panel) makes it very easy even for beginners to create and manage the blog. To deploy your blog, all you need is upload the static blog generated by BloggerCMS to your web host and see it in action. You don't need any server-side language support or database on your hosting provider because everything generated by BloggerCMS is pure HTML. You can also host your blog on Github (this blog demo runs on github), Dropbox or any other service you like. The good thing is that you can easily backup your blog too because it's just a folder containing your blog.

haiku - Another static site generator.

  •    Javascript

Haiku compiles Markdown, Mustache, and any of your other assets to a static site via a CLI or a Node.js code API. This project is very much still a WIP. If you want to contribute hit me up on github or irc. Create an instance of haiku using the src path or an options object, if the options or src are omitted the defaults described below are applied.

blode - A simple static site/blog generator like jekyll (made in node.js)

  •    Javascript

port (number): the default server port (--server). url (string): the site's url.

scotch - A really classy, dead simple, markdown based, blogging framework for node.js

  •    Javascript

Go to to install Scotch. Your you should now have a 'static' directory in your blog's root directory.

coding-blog - 程序员的私房极简博客系统

  •    CSS


ghost-to-md - A tool to export your Ghost export file to a collection of markdown files.

  •    Javascript

A tool to export your Ghost export file to a collection of markdown files. Install this module globally so it can be used from the CLI.