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
The new Qgoda version fixes a couple of minor bugs that have been found while writing more and better tests. It also comes with an improved docker image. Version 0.9.5 is available for download either as a regular Perl install, a docker image or from github.
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A very common requirement is to have syntax-highlighting applied to code blocks. Best practice with Qgoda is to just mark code blocks semantically correct and let the client do the highlighting when rendering the generated pages.
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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.
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.
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.
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
Yeoman is the most popular scaffolding tool for web apps. You
can build your Qgoda site from scratch with Yeoman based
generator with exactly the components and features you want.
whatever does the job best.