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  • Dave SniderDave Snider, almost 7 years ago

    Heh. Thanks for the submission. I'm the designer of Webhook if anyone has any questions. The most common one we get is what our open source plans are. Our Generator and CMS repos will be available under an MIT license shortly. The production server will take awhile longer.

    For those who are interested. Webhook builds static websites and stores your data in Firebase. We use a single page cms.html app built in ember to talk to that Firebase. Your site is then rebuilt on any data or template changes made.

    We built it after loving things like Jekyll and Cactus, but wanting something our non-coder friends could use to add / edit content. The drag and drop build a CMS in the CMS concept was kind of a holy grail idea I'd had for years. Firebase kind of made that bit possible.

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    • Erick De La RosaErick De La Rosa, over 6 years ago

      As someone who is really only familiar with HTML and CSS. Is it generally pretty pretty simple to set up what would normally be a static site? I want to use something so that clients can make edits, but don't need it to be something like wordpress.

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      • Dave SniderDave Snider, over 6 years ago

        That's kind of exactly why we built it. There is a template layer, so there's still some forloops and stuff, but nothing complicated and no database or backend code to manage. I myself only really know HTML/CSS.

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