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Blogkit(beta) is a unified blog engine. Powered by Next.js ISR. Inspired by @djyde's Sairin.


Blogkit is a beta version of a unified blog engine inspired by Sairin.Notion. It offers various features and capabilities for creating and managing blogs.


  • Requests: Includes request presets for Notion database, Yuque repo, and Strapi CMS.
  • Templates: Offers templates for Notion request and minimal theme, Yuque request and minimal theme, and Strapi CMS and minimal theme.
  • Themes: Provides a minimal theme for customization.


To install Blogkit, follow these steps:

  1. Create a blogkit.config.js file.
  2. Specify the request in the config file based on your desired service (Notion, Yuque, or Strapi).
  3. Optionally, customize the theme by referring to the source code of blogkit-theme-minimal.


Blogkit is a versatile blog engine that allows users to create and manage blogs using various services such as Notion, Yuque, and Strapi. It offers request presets, templates, and a minimal theme for customization. Installing Blogkit involves setting up a configuration file and specifying the desired service. Users can also customize the theme by referring to the source code.


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