Grain is a lightweight, powerful, static website generator for Groovy that makes demanding static website implementation intuitive and enjoyable.
A Grain website project is called a theme, and Grain has a few developed responsive themes that you can use.
This is free and open source software.
- A preview mode that allows you to make changes and see them applied on the fly.
- Configurable conventions that allow you to process content sources using Groovy. Resource-to-URL mapping minimizes the number of templates by allowing you to associate the same page file with different URLs, content, and preferences.
- Templates and In-Page Tags – infinite template nesting and tag libraries make Grain suitable for large projects. The built-in tags designed for combining page components will help you keep your templates DRY and readable.
- Support for Markdown, reStructuredText, and AsciiDoctor.
- Compression and minification of source files.
- Code highlighting with Python Pygments.
- Built-in Sass and SCSS support.
- Gradle plugin – integrate any Grain theme with a Gradle project and build a website with up-to-date documentation and source samples.
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