A static-site CMS that runs in VS Code | Front Matter

A clever, open-source CMS designed for static site generators like Eleventy, Astro, and Hugo which use Markdown files and frontmatter metadata. The CMS itself runs directly in your IDE, giving you a visual interface to your content. I'm not sure you can host it or access it otherwise, so definitely one for techie projects rather than content teams.

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