The most chill blog framework ever
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README.md

This is Fipamo

Fipamo means to save

The Fipamo project was born from a need for a simple, easy to use no data blog platform that doesn’t require much effort to set up and maintain. Fipamo uses Markdown to handle posts and renders them to flat html so you can serve them from anywhere. No complicated set ups. No long list of dependecies. Just write and publish.

Because nobody has time for all that.

So here’s what you need to use Fipamo

You’ll need at least Node 10.16.0 and PM2 is you want to use Fipamo to serve your html, css and js files. If you want to contribute to the project, you’re gonna need nodemon for you dev environment.

Once you have all of that taken care of, run npm install and go to https://yourdomain/@/dashboard start your set up. Yup. That’s it.