Your imagination, your generator.

Statiq is the world's most powerful static generation platform, allowing you to use or create a static generator that's exactly what you need.

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A batteries-included static site generator that's appropriate for most use cases. Use it out-of-the-box or extend it with custom pipelines, data sources, and layouts.

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Extends Statiq Web by adding support for generating .NET API documentation while still benefiting from all the capabilities of a robust general-purpose static site generator.

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The framework behind Statiq Web and Statiq Docs with over 100 modules to help you easily build a custom static generator application specifically for your needs.

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Templating Choice

Different types of content require different types of templates, and Statiq has you covered with support for Markdown and Razor (along with plain HTML) with more languages like Handlebars/Mustache and Liquid coming soon.

Data Agility

Statiq understands a variety of data formats like YAML, JSON, and XML and is designed to plug any data format into any usage. From data files to front matter use the data format you're most comfortable in.

Ultimate Flexibility

Statiq is designed from the ground up to provide a simple and easy "happy path" through applications like Statiq Web while providing complete control when needed by extending them or using the full Statiq Framework. You shouldn't have to compromise your vision because of your static generator.

Deployment Built-In

What good is awesome tooling if figuring out how to deploy your site is a pain in the neck? Statiq comes with deployment capabilities built-in for popular scenarios such as Netlify and Azure App Service with GitHub Pages, AWS, and others coming soon.

How It Works

Statiq is powerful because it combines a few simple building blocks that can be rearranged and used in limitless combinations. Think of it like LEGO® for static generation.

  • Content and data can come from a variety of sources including input files, databases, and services.
  • Documents are created that each contain content and metadata.
  • The documents are processed by pipelines.
  • Each pipeline consists of one or more modules that manipulate the documents given to it by transforming, aggregating, filtering, or producing entirely new documents.
  • The final output of each pipeline is made available to other pipelines and may be written to output files or deployed to hosting services.

Feature Comparison

Framework Web Docs
Preview server with live reload
Deployment
General deployment pipelines
Out-of-the-box Netlify deployments
Out-of-the-box Azure App Service deployments
Licensing
Open source
License MIT
Non-commercial (Prosperity)
Non-commercial (Prosperity)