Hugo (https://www.github.com/spf13/hugo) is a static site generator written in Go. It’s super fast and fairly flexible. I’ve really enjoyed using it to build this site.
However, it requires a very strict folder layout and filenaming convention which is daunting when first starting out. This project aims to provide a small helper tool that will help you through creating the initial project structure as well as project types. It’s modelled after django-admin.
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Why is this better? Good question.
Time Tracker is built in several pieces.
All of these first party clients are clients of the same API that is exposed publicly. The API speaks JSON.
This core API is built on Google AppEngine and written in Go. The web client is also served from an AppEngine module, but mostly consists of static files and thus may be served by any web framework with URL routing. It is built using HTML5/CSS3/JQuery and utilizes the Semantic-UI frontend framework.