What is Nanoc?
It is a static-site generator, fit for building anything from a small personal blog to a large corporate website.
Nanoc is a tool in the Static Site Generators category of a tech stack.
Nanoc is an open source tool with 1.8K GitHub stars and 237 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Nanoc's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses Nanoc?
Why developers like Nanoc?
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- Support for free-form metadata
- Support for various markup languages (Markdown, AsciiDoc, Textile, …)
- Support for various templating languages (eRuby, Haml, Mustache, …)
- Ability to write custom filters and helpers
- Ability to pull in data from other sources (databases, web APIs, …)
- Integration with various deployment mechanisms
- Ability to run pre-deployment checks
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