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A marvelous Open Source Status Page system
A Statusfy site is a Web Application, created on top of Eleventy, Netlify CMS and Tailwind CSS. It is used Eleventy to make a quick and useful abstraction of the system generation, Netlify CMS to dynamically define the System Editor, and Tailwind CSS to rapidly define the default themes.
- Systems Definition
- Incidents Reports
- Progressive Web App (PWA) Support
- Google Analytics Integration
- Multi-language support
- A default theme with:
- Responsive layout
- Easy Customization
- Beautiful Design
- SEO Friendly
- Hosting flexibility
I love Open Source Projects, I use them every day and Statusfy is one of my contribution to the community. Statusfy is created and maintained by me, a Full Stack Developer, but my resources are limited. If you want to support my work and help me to continue developing this Amazing Project, please donate, I will appreciate it
This is how we use the donations:
- Allow the core team to work on Statusfy.
- Support external projects in the ecosystem.
- Cover any other expense.
- Thank contributors if they invested a large amount of time in contributing.
Become a Partner and get your logo with a link to your site on the README on Github, every page of https://marquez.co/docs/statusfy and, the project home page (https://marquez.co/statusfy) and each blog post related to Statusfy. [Become a Partner]
Become a Sponsor and get your logo on the README on Github with a link to your site. [Become a Sponsor]
Support me with a monthly donation and help me continue my activities. It means a lot to me
It’s pretty easy to get started with Statusfy. Install it globally with npm:
# change the working directory cd existing_folder # run the initialization command npx @statusfy/cli init # and install your local dependencies npm install # OR yarn install
Create a new incident with this command:
npm run new-incident # OR yarn new-incident
and launch the development server with:
npm run start # OR yarn start
You can later also generate the final Website with:
npm run generate # OR yarn generate
More information in the Documentation.
node >= 10.
# install dependencies yarn # serves Statusfy's own demo yarn demo:dev # make sure your code change passes the test yarn test
More information in the Contributing Guide. You can also build and run Statusfy in a free online workspace using Gitpod:
A Demo application is at https://statusfy.marquez.co.
Documentation & Community Support
📄If you want extra details of how to configure and use this project, the full documentation is available at https://marquez.co/docs/statusfy.
💻You may want to check the examples projects for different popular hosting services at the Examples Repository.
🐞For Bug reports or Feature requests, use the Issues section.
💬For questions, you can also use the Discussions section.
🤓You can find useful articles in my blog.
🚀You may also want to follow me on Twitter.
This project is sponsored by me, a Full Stack Developers. If you require Professional Assistance on your project(s), please contact me at https://marquez.co.
Please make sure to read the Contributing Guide before making a pull request.
Code of Conduct
Everyone participating in this project is expected to agree to abide by the Code of Conduct.
Code released under the Apache License 2.0.