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    Jas CMS Alternatives

    Jas CMS is described as 'free, small website engine written in Java, licensed under GNU GPL 3. It produces static content without the need of any databases or server-side scripting languages' and is a CMS Tool in the Business & Commerce category. There are more than 10 alternatives to Jas CMS for a variety of platforms, including Self-Hosted solutions, Mac, Windows, Linux and Online / Web-based. The best alternative is Grav, which is both free and Open Source. Other great apps like Jas CMS are Jekyll (Free, Open Source), Gatsby (Freemium, Open Source), VuePress (Free, Open Source) and Hakyll (Free, Open Source).

    This page was last updated Sep 14, 2021
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    Jas CMS is a free, small website engine written in Java, licensed under GNU GPL 3. It produces static content without the...
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    1. Grav is an easy to use, yet powerful, opensource CMS that requires no database. In a nutshell, installing Grav is a matter of unzipping the file. It is fast, has sophisticated caching, and a light footprint for optimal performance.
    2. Jekyll is a simple, blog aware, static site generator. It takes a template directory (representing the raw form of a website), runs it through and Liquid converters, and spits out a complete, static website suitable for serving with Apache or your favorite web server.


      • FreemiumOpen Source
      • Self-Hosted
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      Gatsby provides development teams an open source frontend framework for creating dynamic, optimized websites and a cloud platform for delivering them on a blazing fast edge network.
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      Vue-powered Static Site Generator.
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    3. Hakyll is a Haskell library for generating static sites, mostly aimed at small-to-medium sites and personal blogs. It is written in a very configurable way and uses an xmonad-like DSL for configuration.
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    4. Vapid is an intentionally simple content management system built on the idea that you can create a custom dashboard without ever leaving the HTML.
      • FreeOpen Source
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      • Ruby
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      Octopress is a framework designed by Brandon Mathis for Jekyll, the blog aware static site generator powering Github Pages. To start blogging with Jekyll, you have to write your own HTML templates, CSS, Javascripts and set up your configuration.

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      Last update 2015, according to the homepage.

      • FreeOpen Source
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      In a nutshell, Bridgetown is a static site generator. You give it text written in an author-friendly markup language like Markdown, and it uses layouts and templates to build a website and save the compiled HTML, CSS, and Javascript to an output folder.
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    5. Backdrop CMS is a simple, lightweight, and easy to use Content Management System used to build attractive, professional websites. Use it for everything from a single-administrator's personal blog site, to a complex, multi-role, business e-commerce platform.
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      Gridsome makes it easy for developers to build modern websites, apps & PWAs that are fast by default.
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