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No database, no fuzz, no buzz. Qgoda works everywhere. Write your texts using Markdown and we've got you going. HTML knowledge is a plus but not a requirement.

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First Beta Release

May, 17 2018 - Guido Flohr

The first beta release of Qgoda v0.9.2 is now available for download at github. Albeit a beta version, it is mostly functional. Read More →

Qgoda at the German Perl Workshop 2018

March, 20 2018 - Guido Flohr

I will present Qgoda at the German Perl Workshop 2018 in Gummersbach near Cologne on April 4th, 2018. The talk will probably be held in German but I can also switch to English on request. Read More →

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Unlimited Taxonomies

With Qgoda you don't have to restrict yourself to tags and categories for structuring your content. You can use as many taxonomies as you want and you can freely combine them for listings and filters.

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Multi-Language Blogging

Qgoda's multi-language feature set is second to no other Content Management System, leave alone static site generators. No hacks required. The multi-language features are an integral part of Qgoda.

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A strawberry

How the Heck Is That Pronounced?

It is pronounced yagoda and it means strawberry in Bulgarian and other Slavic languages. The cyrillic letter ya is commonly transcribed as q because it resembles the original cyrillic letter я.

Really?

Rock stable, universally available, and fast. But don't be afraid. You don't need Perl for using qgoda. Even when you want to extend qgoda, you can do so with the programming language of your choice.

Node.JS is the most popular platform for building web applications today. Instead of re-inventing the wheel, qgoda uses libsass, uglifyjs, and so on as helpers.