Grain Alternatives

    Grain is described as 'wide-purpose static site generator, designed for websites of any complexity and structure' and is an app in the Development category. There are more than 25 alternatives to Grain for a variety of platforms, including Self-Hosted solutions, Online / Web-based, Linux, Windows and Mac. The best alternative is Ghost, which is both free and Open Source. Other great apps like Grain are Blogger (Free), Hugo (Free, Open Source), Pelican (Free, Open Source) and ZeroBlog (Free, Open Source).

    This page was last updated Apr 7, 2021

    1. StaticGen is a leaderboard of the top open-source static site generators. Promoting a static approach to building websites.
    2. Appernetic is a web service for managing and generating static content for GitHub Pages. Static content is generated with Hugo and provides a robust theming system that is capable of producing complicated websites.
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    3. Create your blog with just one click. Blognow is a platform where bloggers come along to share their content and build audience. Start your blog for free
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    4. Zox.js is a web framework for static sites and GraphQL API. It can build static pages using markdown and yaml with greater flexibility than other static site generators, making it ideal for content editors.
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    5. Wemebox is a product for people who want to create and deploy websites faster. It's a hybrid content management system that sits right in between Wordpress and Hugo. Made to be simple and work out of the box. FEATURES - Takes only a minute to get started.
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    6. Lego is a fast Static Site Generator that generates optimised, performant websites. Build your site with a boringly simple stack, yet get amazing performance.
    7. Want to improve your ROI? The key to any great Infuential marketing is creating great content. Content that is compelling to its target audience, authentic to the storyteller’s voice, and delivers against your brand objectives.
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      • FreeOpen Source
      • Windows
      • Linux
      • Self-Hosted
      It's lightning fast, developed from the ground up in C++, and released for free under the MIT license, use it for any of your personal or commercial projects – just be sure to preserve copyright and license notices!
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