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The project powering my blog which might exist but knowing blogs, probably not for long. (by conrs)
I host it entirely on Github via Github Pages and Jekyll. https://github.com/conrs/blog
Easy to maintain open source documentation websites.
I use docusaurus It lets you write markdown files(also supports react) and builds a static site out of it.
A simpler site generator. Transforms a directory of templates (of varying types) into HTML.
I use 11ty (a static site generator) to generate it. The template source is nunjucks and the blog content is markdown. Everything is stored in a public GitHub repo and built and deployed on Netlify on push to `main`.
A Git-based CMS for Static Site Generators
My wife has a similar setup for her blog, 11ty for generation. But, she uses Netlify CMS (now Decap CMS). It's a CMS for static sites that, basically, commits from an editor in an admin section of your site back to your git repository.
A fast, clean, responsive Hugo theme.
I use Hugo with the papermod theme
The world’s fastest framework for building websites.
Hugo to generate static pages.
Amplication: open-source Node.js backend code generator. An open-source platform that helps developers build backends without spending time on boilerplate & repetitive coding. Including production-ready GraphQL & REST APIs, DB schema, DTOs, filtering, pagination, RBAC, & more.
The Crystal Programming Language
Over the years, I’ve gone from Time Warner’s Road Runner, to Tumblr, to GitHub Pages, to Godaddy hosted WordPress. Though, after Godaddy messed up a migration, I switched to self-hosting on Heroku. I wrote my blog engine using Crystal. Reference: ejstembler.com
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