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Letterpad vs Twill: What are the differences?

Letterpad: Letterpad is an open-source and a high performant publishing engine for blogs built with react & graphql and runs ridiculously fast 🚀. Letterpad is an open-source and a high performant publishing engine for blogs with a state-of-the-art technology. It uses React, Graphql, Express and Sequelize ORM; Twill: An open source CMS toolkit for Laravel. Twill is an open source CMS toolkit for Laravel that helps developers rapidly create a custom admin console that is intuitive, powerful and flexible.

Letterpad and Twill can be categorized as "Self-Hosted Blogging / CMS" tools.

Some of the features offered by Letterpad are:

  • Server side rendering
  • Multi author support
  • Comments (Disqus integration)

On the other hand, Twill provides the following key features:

  • Visual editor
  • Responsive previewing
  • Hi-res media library

Letterpad and Twill are both open source tools. It seems that Twill with 1.33K GitHub stars and 128 forks on GitHub has more adoption than Letterpad with 432 GitHub stars and 32 GitHub forks.

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    • 11
      Amazing visual editor with drag & drop
    • 10
      Powerful and customisable admin console
    • 9
      Beautiful UI and easy to use
    • 7
      Easy for publishers to create media-rich narratives
    • 7
      Flexible with easy to use editors
    • 7
      Ensures the integrity of your design system
    • 7
      A CMS that I actually *like* to use!
    • 6
      Flexible and Powerful CMS. Easy to setup
    • 5
      Scaleable and easy to maintain
    • 4
      Incredibly simple and beautiful interface
    • 3
      Ensures the integrity of the design system
    • 3
      Scaleable and easy to maintain

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    What is Letterpad?

    Letterpad is an open-source and a high performant publishing engine for blogs with a state-of-the-art technology. It uses React, Graphql, Express and Sequelize ORM.

    What is Twill?

    Twill is an open source CMS toolkit for Laravel that helps developers rapidly create a custom admin console that is intuitive, powerful and flexible.

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