What is FactorJS?
It is a free next-generation TypeScript framework you can use to create blogs, landing pages, and JamStack apps. It is designed for people who want control and don't like limitations. It's also nice for teams who need power and flexibility but have deadlines.
FactorJS is a tool in the Static Site Generators category of a tech stack.
FactorJS is an open source tool with GitHub stars and GitHub forks. Here’s a link to FactorJS's open source repository on GitHub
- Weild the scalability of a statically hosted site with the power of a full featured endpoint framework
- Get a standardized structure without it getting in your way. Your app controls all features and all UI
- Simplifies your life by helping you use standards and best-practices without having to think about them
- Free and open-source
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