Primo isn't a desktop app shell, but is a tool that piqued my interest. [It] is an all-in-one IDE, CMS, component library, and static site generator. That may sound like a lot, and I suppose it is. Basically you login (with GitHub) and build a site. You can create reusable components and even use Tailwind CSS! The idea is that as a developer you can go in and create the 'bones' of the site with templates and such and then someone else could add the content. Or you can add your own, but in any case, it allows you to build a site. The big plus over other site builders I've come across is that when you are done, it will dump the static version of your site into a GitHub repo which you can then publish wherever you'd like. Like Netlify.


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