What is Harp?
It is a production-ready web server. Rapidly build static sites and client-side applications using Markdown, Sass, CoffeeScript, and more—no configuration necessary.
Harp is a tool in the Web Servers category of a tech stack.
Harp is an open source tool with 5K GitHub stars and 373 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Harp's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses Harp?
- Easy installation, easy to use
- Fast and lightweight
- Robust (clean urls, intelligent path redirects)
- Built in pre-processing
- First-class layout and partial support
- Built in LRU caching in production mode
- Can export assets to HTML/CSS/JS
- Does not require a build steps or grunt task
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