Assemble vs DodgerCMS: What are the differences?
Assemble: The static site generator for Node.js, Grunt.js and Yeoman. 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!); DodgerCMS: *A static markdown CMS built on top of Amazon S3 *. DodgerCMS is a static markdown CMS built on top of Amazon S3. It is a clean and simple alternative to heavy content management systems. There are no databases to manage, deployments to monitor, or massive configuration files. Just focus on writing your content and the results are live immediately.
Assemble and DodgerCMS can be categorized as "Static Site Generators" tools.
Some of the features offered by Assemble are:
- 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.
On the other hand, DodgerCMS provides the following key features:
- Full markdown editor
- Simple toolbar and easy file manipulation
- Github flavored markdown with syntax highlighting
Assemble and DodgerCMS are both open source tools. Assemble with 3.7K GitHub stars and 256 forks on GitHub appears to be more popular than DodgerCMS with 281 GitHub stars and 39 GitHub forks.