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🌱 Publish a Dendron Workspace to Netlify! ⚡️ Made with Dendron, which uses
Next.js to build a static website out of your notes, documentation, and/or blog content written with an extended Markdown.
If you have been experimenting with different approaches to Personal Knowledge Management (PKM), then Dendron may be the tool you've been looking for.
This project is a minimal setup template for publishing a Dendron Workspace to Netlify.
Directions on how to use this template are mentioned in:
For a more detailed understanding of how Dendron publishing works, and what's going on behind the scenes, reference:
Dendron is an open-source, local-first, markdown-based, note-taking tool built on top of VSCode. Like most such tools, Dendron supports all the usual features you would expect like tagging, backlinks, a graph view, split panes, and so forth. But it doesn't stop there - whereas most tools (try to make it) easy to get notes in, they tend to make it hard to get them back out later, and it only gets worse as you add more notes. Dendron helps you get notes back out and works better the more notes you have.
Kevin Lin originally created Dendron because he'd accumulated over 20k notes on programming and various other topics and couldn't find a tool that would let him easily add and find notes from within his knowledge base.
Traditional note-taking tools are often too rigid by having an in-flexible hierarchy that doesn't let you file a note in multiple places. Newer tools are too flexible by eschewing hierarchies altogether in favour of relying solely on backlinks.
Dendron finds the usable center between the two extremes by supporting backlinks of any two arbitrary notes while also maintaining a canonical hierarchy for every note. We do this through our hierarchal first approach to note taking that relies on the combination of hierarchies, schemas, and path based lookups.
With Dendron, you can create, find, and collaborate on information that matters to you.
🚀 Eleventy Starter Boilerplate is production-ready with SEO-friendly for quickly starting a blog. ⚡️ Built with Eleventy, ESLint, Prettier, Webpack, PostCSS, Tailwind CSS.
You can find a demo on CreativeDesignsGuru
Production-ready in mind:
A starter to launch your blazing fast personal website and a blog, Built with Gatsby and Netlify CMS. Made with ❤ by Stackrole
A socially aware Hugo blog starter kit, with Modular CSS Gulp workflow, for frontend developers.
Publish your RSS feeds to your social networks, all blog and status posts marked up with microformats to display post previews.
Publish flaring fast blogs with Gatsby and Ghost.
This starter template is for professional publishers who are looking for a fully functional front-end with infinite-scroll, flexible routing, multi-language support and a rich plugin eco-system. It's built with performance in mind (auto image resizing, lazy loading with gatsby-image, and more) and comes with support for newsletter sign-up, easy comments integration and more. This starter features support for incremental builds thereby delivering the fastest build times ever seen.
🚀 Nextjs Starter is boilerplate code for your blog based on Next.js framework. ⚡️ Made with Next.js, TypeScript, ESLint, Prettier, PostCSS, Tailwind CSS.
You can find a Nextjs Starter demo.
You can also check our Nextjs Themes or if you want to see all our React Themes. You can see all our other premium themes using other static static generator like Eleventyjs.
Developer experience first:
Built-in feature from Next.js:
Once you click the Deploy to Netlify button you’ll be dropped into a simple signup workflow. Connect your Git repository and hit save, and Netlify will deploy the site to a global content delivery network. You’ll receive a link to your live site’s URL.