SiteCake

A simple, open-source, drag-and-drop, flat-file CMS

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Taylor Edmiston
Taylor Edmiston@kicksopenminds · Software Engineer @ Astronomer
Clicked Try Demo: "File not found." Awkward lol. Looks cool though. (Also on Hacker News right now.)
Jason Shen
Jason ShenHunter@jasonshen · Co-founder, Headlight
@kicksopenminds Ouch. Looks like both download and demo are working now!
Nikola Mircic
Nikola MircicMaker@nikolamircic · SiteCake founder
@kicksopenminds Sorry, Sitecake server was overwhelmed by ProductHunt and HackerNews visits so demo part crashed. It should work now!
Courtland Alves
Courtland Alves@courtlandalves · Outcomes @ Bloc.io
Seems very cool. Kind of scary that it edits the raw html - so much power... Thanks for creating this!
Jason Shen
Jason ShenHunter@jasonshen · Co-founder, Headlight
Haven't tried it out yet but seems a bit like a more user-friendly Jekyll - a simple CMS with no database needed. Seems like a fun/easy way to stand up a website.
Brian Jordan
Brian Jordan@bcjordan · Software Engineer @ Code.org
Very nice, solves a pain I've seen solved with custom pipelines at many companies I've been at in the past, and seen a handful of projects attempt to address. This seems like a dead simple solution with a clever setup process. Bravo!
Nikola Mircic
Nikola MircicMaker@nikolamircic · SiteCake founder
@bcjordan Thanks!! We wanted to stay simple as possible in each aspect. So HTML pages for templates, file system for storage and drag and drop for editing.
annebot
annebot@annebot · CEO, CircleClick
Love this idea, but not loving how the demo appears on my android...
Nikola Mircic
Nikola MircicMaker@nikolamircic · SiteCake founder
Demo is bootstrap starter template. It's responsive as it is. Sitecake works with responsive templates, but it's up to template designer to make it work on different platforms properly.