Jigsaw – framework for rapidly building static sites

Jigsaw is a framework for rapidly building static sites using the same modern tooling that powers your web applications.

To use Jigsaw, you need to have PHP (minimum version 7.3) and Composer installed on your machine. You’ll also optionally need Node.js and NPM installed if you want to use Laravel Mix to compile your CSS and Javascript.

Jigsaw is free and open source software.

Features include:

  • Blade templating – Jigsaw brings Blade to the static site world, so you can use the same templating engine for simple websites as you do for complex web applications.
  • Use Markdown for content-driven pages.
  • Bakes in support for Laravel Mix so you can compile your CSS and JavaScript assets the same way you’re used to in Laravel.

Website: jigsaw.tighten.co
Support: Documentation, GitHub Code Repository
Developer:
License: MIT License

Jigsaw is written in PHP. Learn PHP with our recommended free books and free tutorials.

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