What is Assemble?
Most popular site generator for Grunt.js and Yeoman. Assemble is used to build hundreds of web projects, ranging in size from a single page to 14,000 pages (that we're aware of!).
Assemble is a tool in the Static Site Generators category of a tech stack.
Assemble is an open source tool with 3.8K GitHub stars and 264 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Assemble's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses Assemble?
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- Allows you to carve your HTML up into reusable fragments: partials, includes, sections, snippets... Whatever you prefer to call them, Assemble does that.
- Optionally use layouts to wrap your pages with commonly used elements and content.
- "Pages" can either be defined as HTML/templates, JSON or YAML, or directly inside the Gruntfile.
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