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Beta Testing Stancy

Gummibeer

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Hey,

today I've released the first v0.1.0 release of Stancy. It's still in development and needs documentation, some more integration/real life tests. But my idea for this package should be clear now and everyone is welcome to test it. 🙂

I haven't composed a marketing description. But technical it's a mix of CMS, static site generator with some bonuses and as a package not the app itself. So you can combine it with every other package, put it into your whole blown up monolith Laravel app to make some landing pages static or use it as the only dependency in a slimmed down Lumen app.
The main goal is to make things simpler but don't force the user in any cages he doesn't want to enter. So it's up to the user to make the pages static or not. It's up to the user how he routes and so on.

The Laravel Demo could be a good point to see the most basic usage.

I will be happy to answer every question and will continue reporting the progress here. 🚀

 
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I haven't composed a marketing description. But technical it's a mix of CMS, static site generator with some bonuses and as a package not the app itself. So you can combine it with every other package, put it into your whole blown up monolith Laravel app to make some landing pages static or use it as the only dependency in a slimmed down Lumen app.
The main goal is to make things simpler but don't force the user in any cages he doesn't want to enter. So it's up to the user to make the pages static or not. It's up to the user how he routes and so on.

The Laravel Demo could be a good point to see the most basic usage.
 
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Maybe you can add some information in the main post, now you are just posting a link and we don't know the purpose of the package/system yet.

A lot of users will click away for this reason.
 
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After nearly a month I've released v0.4.0 which added the static exporter. This is the base for for all the services and webservers listed in the docs and the second most important part of the package.

The docs also go very well Introduction and should cover everything already implemented in the package.
feedback: Help Wanted - How to structure Stancy documentation?
 
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