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wintersmith - A flexible static site generator

  •    CoffeeScript

Wintersmith is a simple yet flexible static site generator. It takes contents (markdown, less, scripts, etc), transforms them using plugins and outputs a static website (html, css, images, etc) that you can host anywhere. Where <path> is the location you want the site to be generated. This creates a skeleton site with a basic set of templates and some articles, while not strictly needed it's a good starting point.

Raneto - Markdown powered Knowledgebase for Nodejs

  •    Javascript

Raneto was created by Gilbert Pellegrom from Dev7studios. Maintained by Ryan Lelek from AnsibleTutorials.com. Logo by @mmamrila Released under the MIT license.

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...




github-changelog-generator - Automatically generate change log from your tags, issues, labels and pull requests on GitHub

  •    Ruby

Fully automated changelog generation - This gem generates a changelog file based on tags, issues and merged pull requests (and splits them into separate lists according to labels) from GitHub Issue Tracker. To make it easier for users and contributors to see precisely what notable changes have been made between each release (or version) of the project.

vue-styleguidist - Created from react styleguidist for Vue Components with a living style guide

  •    Javascript

Project was started when not finding a tool that generates documentation of components with hot reloading, read documentation and have a playground. Created from React Styleguidist, implement additional support to read and compile .vue files. Only supports 2.x. Vue Styleguidist is a style guide generator for Vue components. It lists component and shows live, editable usage examples based on Markdown files. You can use it to generate a static HTML page to share and publish or as a workbench for developing new components using hot reloaded dev server.


react-styleguide-generator - Easily generate a good-looking styleguide by adding some documentation to your React project

  •    Javascript

Easily generate a good-looking styleguide by adding some documentation to your React project. Demo using the React-Bootstrap.

mrm - Codemods for your project config files

  •    Javascript

Command line tool to help you keep configuration (package.json, .gitignore, .eslintrc, etc.) of your open source projects in sync. Most of the available tools are template based. Template approach works moderately well for new project generation but doesn’t work well for updating. Mrm’s approach is closer to codemods than templates.

gray-matter - Smarter yaml front matter parser, used by metalsmith, gatsby, netlify, assemble, mapbox-gl, phenomic, and many others

  •    Javascript

Parse front-matter from a string or file. Fast, reliable and easy to use. Parses YAML front matter by default, but also has support for YAML, JSON, TOML or Coffee Front-Matter, with options to set custom delimiters. Used by metalsmith, assemble, verb and many other projects. Please consider following this project's author, Jon Schlinkert, and consider starring the project to show your ❤️ and support.

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.

gh-markdown-cli - Node.js command-line tool to batch convert Markdown files into HTML

  •    Javascript

Batch convert Markdown files into HTML.This will create an alias to the executable on your /usr/local/bin folder, if you install it without the -g flag you won't be able use it as global command-line utility.

mdoc - node.js markdown powered documentation generator

  •    CSS

This is a simple markdown based documentation generator, it will search all the markdown files inside the "input" directory and output an HTML file for each document, it will also generate a "TOC" (table of contents) for each file and links to all the pages on the index page, it also provides a basic search feature and quick browsing between classes/methods/properties.Reasoning behind it: inline documentation, why I'm ditching it .

package-json-to-readme - Generate README.md from package.json contents

  •    Javascript

Generate a README.md from package.json contents. Works with node and io.js. With npm modules, most of that info can be gleaned from properties in the package.json file: name, description, scripts.test, preferGlobal, etc. That's why package-json-to-readme exists. Use it to generate a decent boilerplate README, then iterate from there.

toctoc - Generates and maintain a Table of Content for your README.md.

  •    Javascript

Generates and maintain a Table of Content for any Markdown document, especially README.md files hosted on github. Note the <hr/> tag (--- in Markdown) at the end of the block.