abna VS Zato

Compare abna vs Zato and see what are their differences.

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abna Zato
1 3
9 990
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0.6 9.9
almost 2 years ago about 21 hours ago
Python Python
MIT License GNU General Public License v3.0 or later
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abna

Posts with mentions or reviews of abna. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects.

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Tracking mentions began in Dec 2020.

Zato

Posts with mentions or reviews of Zato. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2022-11-10.
  • We Should Have Markdown Rendered Websites
    14 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 10 Nov 2022
    Yes, the article is correct, there is a market for Markdown sites and related products.

    Our Zato website is in Markdown: https://zato.io

    We have a purpose-built static site generator, which makes sense in our case because:

    * The resulting site is very fast, seeing as there is no need for runtime generation of any assets / HTML / any kind of resources

    * It is easier for developers to work on documentation because they already know Markdown

    * It is easy to statically apply filters such as spell checkers for multiple languages during the build

    * Various optimizations can be applied, e.g. incremental builds or on-demand builds

    The drawbacks are:

    * Non-technical translators may have a difficult time working with anything but either their own specialized tools or MS Word and they consider Markdown to be "advanced"

    * Sometimes you work with writers who are not technical at all and who will not understand what a build system is even if they are open to the idea of learning Markdown itself

    Thus, there is a market for a lightweight CMS that would enable non-technical people to author Markdown in their browsers, without a need for any command line usage.

What are some alternatives?

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Beancount DKB - Beancount Importers for DKB (Deutsche Kredit Bank) CSV Exports

djot - A light markup language

avanza - A Python library for the unofficial Avanza API

mlapi - An easy to use/extend object recognition API you can locally install. Python+Flask. Also works with ZMES!