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What is DodgerCMS?

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.

What is Hexo?

Hexo is a fast, simple and powerful blog framework. It parses your posts with Markdown or other render engine and generates static files with the beautiful theme. All of these just take seconds.

What is Jekyll?

Think of Jekyll as a file-based CMS, without all the complexity. Jekyll takes your content, renders Markdown and Liquid templates, and spits out a complete, static website ready to be served by Apache, Nginx or another web server. Jekyll is the engine behind GitHub Pages, which you can use to host sites right from your GitHub repositories.
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          What are some alternatives to DodgerCMS, Hexo, and Jekyll?
          Gatsby
          Gatsby lets you build blazing fast sites with your data, whatever the source. Liberate your sites from legacy CMSs and fly into the future.
          Hugo
          Hugo is a static site generator written in Go. It is optimized for speed, easy use and configurability. Hugo takes a directory with content and templates and renders them into a full html website. Hugo makes use of markdown files with front matter for meta data.
          VuePress
          A minimalistic static site generator with a Vue-powered theming system, and a default theme optimized for writing technical documentation. It was created to support the documentation needs of Vue's own sub projects.
          Middleman
          Middleman is a command-line tool for creating static websites using all the shortcuts and tools of the modern web development environment.
          Pelican
          Pelican is a static site generator that supports Markdown and reST syntax. Write your weblog entries directly with your editor of choice (vim!) in reStructuredText or Markdown.
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          Decisions about DodgerCMS, Hexo, and Jekyll
          Josh Dzielak
          Josh Dzielak
          Developer Advocate at DeveloperMode · | 4 upvotes · 28.7K views
          Jekyll
          Jekyll
          Hugo
          Hugo

          Earlier this year, I migrated my personal website (dzello.com) from Jekyll to Hugo. My goal with the migration was to make the development environment as pleasant as possible and to make it really easy to add new types of content. For example, I knew I wanted to add a consulting page and some portfolio-style pages to show off talks I had given and projects I had worked on.

          I had heard about how fast Hugo was, so I tried it out with my content after using a simple migration tool. The results were impressive - the startup and rebuild times were in milliseconds, making the process of iterating on content or design less cumbersome. Then I started to see how I could use Hugo to create new page types and was very impressed by the flexibility of the content model. It took me a few days to really understand where content should go with Hugo, but then I felt very confident that I could create many different types of pages - even multiple blogs if I wanted - using a consistent syntax and with full control of the layouts and the URLs.

          After about 6 months, I've been very happy with the results of the migration. The dev environment is light and fast and I feel at ease adding new pages and sections to the site.

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          Todd Gardner
          Todd Gardner
          President at TrackJS · | 4 upvotes · 101.2K views
          atTrackJSTrackJS
          Jekyll
          Jekyll
          GitHub Pages
          GitHub Pages
          ReadMe.io
          ReadMe.io
          Read the Docs
          Read the Docs
          Gatsby
          Gatsby

          We recently needed to rebuild our documentation site, currently built using Jekyll hosted on GitHub Pages. We wanted to update the content and refresh the style to make it easier to find answers.

          We considered hosted services that could accept our markdown content, like ReadMe.io and Read the Docs, however both seemed expensive for essentially hosting the same platform we already had for free.

          I also looked at the Gatsby Static Site generator to modernize Jekyll. I don't think this is a fit, as our documentation is relatively simple and relies heavily on Markdown. Jekyll excels at Markdown, while Gatsby seemed to struggle with it.

          We chose to stick with the current platform and just refresh our template and style with some add-on JavaScript.

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          How developers use DodgerCMS, Hexo, and Jekyll
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          Bob P uses JekyllJekyll

          With limited knowledge of CSS/HTML5, Jekyll makes it easy to create templates for static HTML5 sites. Unless I really need a database for something, this is the tool I prefer for standing up websites.

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          David Somers uses JekyllJekyll

          I settled on Jekyll to be the CMS for my research blog. Out of the box it works, and over time I added to it... why write a dissertation when you can instead hack templates to tweak things.

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          ioi0 uses JekyllJekyll

          This static site generator is used with "contentful-import" ruby plugin, which allows to fetch data from Contentfull and generate new web-pages based on it. Easy and fun to use.

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          jr0cket uses HexoHexo

          Content for blog posts and pages is written in markdown format, using Emacs. Hexo generates the site using my own customised theme. The site is then deployed to Github pages

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          CloudRepo uses JekyllJekyll

          We wanted to pay the cost for website generation up front. Doing this allows us to put our website up in AWS S3 where it can be served reliably and for cheap.

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          Sud Web uses JekyllJekyll

          We use Jekyll to build our website. We created a collection for talks. We handle speakers and sponsors via data files.

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          Doug Bromley uses HexoHexo

          To build my site blog. I also created a tag plugin for Hexo that enables you to embed Deezer objects in your page.

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          Erudika uses HexoHexo

          We use Hexo to generate our static blog.

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          ByeongGi uses HexoHexo
          • 개인 git blog로 현재 잘 사용하고 있음
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          Yoshinori N uses HexoHexo
          • Generate static site
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