Systatic: Static Site Authoring Tool in NodeJS
First you need to install the systatic server. It's really just a bricksjs+servitude server with a bunch of predefined paths and templates.
npm install systatic -g systatic new my_proj cd my_proj systatic
The last command runs the server, by default port 3000 (like bricks, you can change the port with
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Since the point is to generate a static site, the next command you run will be
build. This will remove the need for an app server like nodejs, and allow you to just dump the static files somewhere like CloudFront.
Once your static files are built and compressed, you can test out the files output in the
build directory with the
test command. This just runs a static server on the same development port in your
With that generated static content, next you'll want to deploy.