Boilerplates for Assemble.
This repo is based on grunt-contrib.
This collection contains all of the boilerplates maintained by the Assemble core team. This list is made available as a convenience for first-time users who would like to explore what Assemble has to offer. After review, it is recommended that you install the boilerplates you wish to use individually.
Build Bootstrap with Assemble instead of Jekyll.
Use Assemble to create a blog from GitHub Gists.
Assemble + HTML5 Boilerplate.
Use Assemble to generate HTML pages from markdown content. Useful for wikis, gh-pages, documentation and blogs or sites with markdown posts.
Demonstrates how to use Assemble to build a site. Includes layouts, pages, partials, and markdown content.
Generate a sitemap with Assemble.
Example of using swig templates with Assemble.
Yeoman generator for Assemble, the static site generator built on Grunt.js. Kickstart new Assemble projects in just a few seconds, including templates, data, layouts, and a theme.
Grunt init template for Assemble, the static site generator built on Grunt.js. Kickstart new Assemble projects in just a few seconds, including templates, data, layouts, and a theme.
Generate a plugin for Assemble.
grunt-init template for a very basic project. includes nodeunit tests, jshint, watch, clean, and assemble for converting readme to a simple gh-pages index page.
Quickly build gh-pages documentation from a project README using Grunt.js and Assemble, a Node.js alternative to Jekyll.
Grunt init template for creating Assemble helpers.
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