Clicking is lame. With enduro.js, exactly zero clicks are necessary to build the whole project.
Somebody non-technical will eventually manage content on the website. You might as well provide this person with awesome, beautiful, quick and simple experience.
Slow pageloads are the worst. Enduro pregenerates pages to provide the fastest possible response time. Coupled with direct uploading to cdn - can't get any faster.
Enduro.js comes with browsersync build in and everything hooked up. Change the color in sass file - BOOM - 0.1 seconds later you see the new color in your browser.
Enduro.js is built around handlebars. Logiless templates. No way to spagetticode it now.
What do you need to deploy the project? Git url. Thats it. Everything is set up. Server will build everything with enduro.js.
Enduro.js projects are self-contained and ready to be web-scaled with push of a button.
No database. Just tiny flat files. Ready to be edited by your favorite text editor. Incredibly convenient, ready to be stored in git. No setup required.
Enduro comes with a simple framework built on top of express. Using raw power of node.js you can add mongodb or complex functionality to your website.
Learning curve so flat it is actually going down. No setup, no magic. Enduro.js comes with a scaffolding to set you up and get you running quickly.
So you are making a website that will be published in multiple languages? Built in. Out of the box. No setup.
Enduro.js is open-source and free to use. Distributed under the MIT License
Only the best ingredients were used when making Enduro. Handlebars, Sass, Gulp, Bootstrap, Angularjs, Browsersync, Express, Jasmine, Git, Npm and Heroku