HTMLy Development Team

HTMLy Development Team

The HTMLy Development Team produces HTMLy, which is an open source databaseless blogging platform (flat-File Blog) prioritizing simplicity and speed written in PHP. The team is based in Indonesia and released their first version in February 2014.

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HQ Location
Indonesia
Year Founded
2014
Employees
10
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