txti

This was sent in Issue #24 of Squirrel Notes on February 27, 2019.

I enjoy weird, simple CMS. To that end, here’s txti.

Enter Markdown, and some additional (optional) information, and get a page. You can also create a custom edit code, that you can use the edit the page later. It’s kind of a content-focused PasteBin. Combine this with the MDX from last week, it’s be fascinating what you could do.

There’s even a minimalist API that will return XML or JSON, structured to the HTML tag level (see links for examples).

I love seeing everything we can strip away and still say we have a CMS.

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