Anthony Calabrese

The New Uses a Lightweight Open Source Tool

Last week, we told you about the upcoming relaunch of and its use of the Jekyll website generator. Jekyll allows users to build dynamic websites served by static pages. To help manage large websites using Jekyll, developers working on the new published the ‘’ editing interface last year. Content editors will use this lightweight editor to create and manage content across the site. Prose is an open source web application that allows users to manage web content stored on GitHub’s code sharing service.

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New is Open, CMS-Free

Recently HHS CTO Bryan Sivak outlined a new vision for The site will relaunch this June with a completely rethought design and architecture. The new follows a new CMS-free philosophy. It will be a completely static website, generated by Jekyll. This shift will allow HHS to move away from the use of a content management system for managing Website generators like Jekyll work by combining template files with content and rendering them to static html pages.

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