Alternative products to Gridea

6 alternative and related products to Gridea

Gridea
A static blog writing client
A static blog writing client.
Features: Markdown editing, featured image, tag & menu, Windows、MacOS、Linux support, Github Pages deploy support, Disqus support, themes support
More: RSS, Reading time, KaTeX, Google Analytics, TOC, Social links and so on.
6 Alternatives to Gridea

A progressive static-site framework for React!

React-Static is a next-gen static site generator for React. Finally, you can build a website like you do any other React App. There's no special CMS, query language, or crazy lifecycle hooks. Just good old React producing an amazing SEO-ready, user experience driven, progressively enhanced website. The effort is minimal, but the benefits are not!

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A powerful static site generator

Bedrock is a static site generator to easily make HTML prototypes.

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Bedrockapp
Posted on 18 June 2018 at 22:45 by Wolfr_ We are glad to announce a new thing: Bedrock bases. We worked on a method to get started with Bedrock in an easier manner - a method that makes you set up less things and get prototyping faster.
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Pro Markdown writing, note taking and static blog generator

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H.Murchison
H.Murchison
This is a darkhorse candidate. It's not as polished as some of the other tools but feature-wise it competes with anyone. Glad to see iOS apps now available adding further value to this gem.
Mikka Luster
Mikka Luster- cracking skulls and reading minds
After years of Ulysses, I have almost fully switched to MWeb. Its "External Mode" allows for the embedding of images, which are actually shown, tables are rendered in preview, and images can even be sent to a non-local destination before publishing. It supports Medium and WordPress, embeds and manages Hexo and Jekyll, and has dozens of other great features. … See more
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Transform your plain text into static websites and blogs.

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Mike Coutermarsh
Mike Coutermarsh- Code @ GitHub
I love Jekyll. You have to know some code / be tech savvy to use it. Can write posts in markdown and easily publish a static site. With Jekyll you "own" everything - isn't on someone else's platform. Can use github flow with pull requests to change content (or have readers fix typos for you).
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