Development Tools

NIMWC – Nim Website Creator

Nim Website Creator is a quick website tool.

It can be installed using Nim’s package manager Nimble, use the Docker template or use the AutoInstall script.

This is free and open source software.

Features include:

  • Blog with custom meta-information and URL’s:
    • 1 Click Blogging posts directly from the browser.
    • 1 Click Static web pages directly from the browser.
    • WYSIWYG & Drag’n’Drop Editors.
    • Custom title, meta description and keywords for each page, SEO friendly.
    • Custom head, navbar and footer, no hardcoded watermarks, links or logos.
    • Upload/Download files and images (private or public), option to use MD5 CheckSum as filename.
    • Gravatar support for profile photos builtin.
    • 1 language for the whole stack, including high performance modules, scripting, devops, deploy, from WebAssembly to Assembly.
  • Security – 2FA, Firejail, reCAPTCHA:
    • Self-Firejailing Web Framework (It Firejails itself) Best Linux Security integrated on the Core.
    • 2 Factor Athentication TOTP.
    • Security Hardened by default
    • ReCAPTCHA.
    • BCrypt+Salt password hashing
    • No user Tracking Analytics by default
    • SQL Type-checked and Query-checked at compile-time, no SQL injections.
    • No XML nor YAML nor ZIP used on the Core, No XML Vulnerabilities, No YAML Vulnerabilities, etc (you can still use XML and YAML and ZIP).
    • Multiple users with different ranks, role based access control.
    • Admin can choose how much CPU & RAM NimWC can use from the Admin Dashboard
  • Fully customizable – log viewer, custom JS & CSS.
  • Plugins with many features:
    • Plugin Store integrated.
    • Enable and disable plugins directly from browser. Open Source or Private Plugins.
    • Plugin skeleton creator to create your own new plugins.
    • Plugins can do anything you want on Frontend and Backend.
    • Develop your own plugins.

Support: GitHub Code Repository
Developer: Thomas T. Jarløv and Juan Carlos
License: Peer Production License

NIMWC is written in Nim. Learn Nim with our recommended free tutorials.

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