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Pagekit vs PageKite: What are the differences?

Developers describe Pagekit as "A modular and lightweight CMS built with Symfony components". Pagekit gives you the tools to create beautiful websites. No matter if it's a simple blog, your company's website or a web service. Pagekit has a modular and extendable architecture and is built on top of Symfony components and modern open source libraries. On the other hand, PageKite is detailed as "Make local websites or SSH servers publicly accessible in mere seconds". PageKite is a system for exposing localhost servers to the public Internet. It is most commonly used to make local web servers or SSH servers publicly visible, although almost any TCP-based protocol can work if the client knows how to use an HTTP proxy.

Pagekit belongs to "Self-Hosted Blogging / CMS" category of the tech stack, while PageKite can be primarily classified under "localhost Tools".

Some of the features offered by Pagekit are:

  • Responsive Design
  • Blog
  • Users & Permissions

On the other hand, PageKite provides the following key features:

  • Let colleagues and clients test or remote-debug directly off your computer.
  • Simplify testing on mobile devices and live networks.
  • Run webhooks, API servers or git repos on your desktop - or in a VM.

Pagekit and PageKite are both open source tools. Pagekit with 5.15K GitHub stars and 608 forks on GitHub appears to be more popular than PageKite with 499 GitHub stars and 90 GitHub forks.

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Pros of Pagekit
Pros of PageKite
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    Intuitive ui
  • 4
    Basic features baked-in
  • 3
    Gourgeous cms !! php in his maximum expression
  • 1
    Fast to learn and easy to expand
  • 2
    Premium is half price of ngrok
  • 1
    Dedicated URL

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What is Pagekit?

Pagekit gives you the tools to create beautiful websites. No matter if it's a simple blog, your company's website or a web service. Pagekit has a modular and extendable architecture and is built on top of Symfony components and modern open source libraries.

What is PageKite?

PageKite is a system for exposing localhost servers to the public Internet. It is most commonly used to make local web servers or SSH servers publicly visible, although almost any TCP-based protocol can work if the client knows how to use an HTTP proxy.

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