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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.

blog - 趁还能折腾的时候多读书——前端何时是个头

  •    Javascript


Keystone - A scalable platform and CMS to build Node.js applications

  •    Javascript

Keystone is a scalable platform and CMS to build Node.js applications. Keystone comes with first-class GraphQL support, a highly extensible architecture, and a wonderful Admin UI. It has less focus on hand-holding Node.js template-driven websites and more focus on flexible architecture, a powerful GraphQL API with deep authentication & access control features, an extensible Admin UI and plugins for rich field types, file and database adapters, and session management.

coding-blog - 程序员的私房极简博客系统

  •    CSS


blog - my blog

  •    HTML

Gatsby default starter

templates - System for creating and managing view collections, rendering, engines, routes and more

  •    Javascript

System for creating and managing template collections, and rendering templates with any node.js template engine. Can be used as the basis for creating a static site generator or blog framework. This section describes API features that are shared by all Templates classes.

setup-ghost-blog - Scripts to install your own Ghost blog, with Nginx and ModSecurity/Naxsi web application firewall

  •    Shell

Read this in other languages: English, 简体中文. Scripts to install your own Ghost blog on Ubuntu, Debian or CentOS, with Nginx (as a reverse proxy) and ModSecurity or Naxsi web application firewall for optimal performance and security.

Blog-Frontend-Project - Web frontend code for my blogs, develop with Vue.

  •    Vue

Supported SSR Now. The warehouse holds the front end code for the blog project, built using Vue.js.