No-Code Tool: Export your Webflow Site to GitHub Automated, Export CMS and WebP Images

No-Code: Stacket - Webflow to GitHub Export Automated!

After several month I’m proud to announce a software made by me, that takes your Webflow Site, optimizes it and uploads the changes to GitHub every time automated you change something in your Webflow Site.

It also solves the GDPR privacy issue, it optimizes automatically the images into WebP or even AVIF (newest image codec on earth), can lazy images, videos, iframes and even javascript files and heavily optimizes your static or CMS Site without any effort by you.

Stacket today offers already a bunch of features, and a beautiful dashboard (NO CODING REQUIRED) here: https://dash.stacket.app

Our Website you can find here: https://stacket.app

We have a discord server where you can write and communicate with us: Stacket

With this, you can host your site where you want.

Features:

  • Automated Export from Webflow to Github
  • Availability to create any stack upon GitHub you wish (Vercel, Netlify, S3)
  • Support for Exporting CMS pages
  • Track Design Changes from Webflow (line per line)
  • Support for multi-folder structures
  • Automatic Image Optimization (WebP & AVIF)
  • Lazy Loading Images
  • Lazy Loading Videos
  • Lazy Loading Iframes
  • Async JavaScript Loading
  • Intelligent Prefetching
  • Inline CSS

Benefits:

  • Availability to create any stack upon GitHub you wish (Vercel, Netlify, S3)
  • Maintain granular control of the code Webflow is producing your own github repository
  • Version Control of your Website
  • Way better website performance
  • Get rid out of non gdpr regulations and host it in your environment
  • View the exact design changes at code level and see what Webflow has been changed or broke
  • Run your Webflow CMS as static pages
  • Avoid Expensive Webflow Costs

Tutorials and How To Setup (No-Coding required):

For those who want to use their own server here:

Best Regards
Many Thanks

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Good day,
That really sounds very interesting.

Have you already created tutorials or a DOC how to host the Webflow website on Amazon AWS through your program?

Looking forward to feedback!

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Hey!

Of course It’s interesting, since it solves many issues that Webflow can not solve at this time.

Documentation and stuff will follow in the near time!

Basically when you want to host on AWS, just setup a pipeline on CodePipeline where you create a GitHub Source to → AWS S3 Bucket (if you want to host there).

It is really easily done in 2 minutes and do not require any type of coding experience. Here is an general example how to setup GitHub and S3: Deploy Static Website with CodePipeline (on S3) - Lab - YouTube

Edit: I published a Video about how can use Stacket in Combination of AWS S3 Buckets at our discord server: Stacket

And what if you are using the CMS, will it still work?

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Of course! Full support for CMS Export! @johan.van.wambeke

Webflow has a nasty, years-old bug in that embedded objects / HTML in rich text fields in the CMS are not exported (they are simply stripped out). Any idea if this is still the case?

When Webflow CMS has errors, those are exported too in Stacket. Means, Webflow needs to fix it. I guess though with the most CMS Pages there will be no errors.

A lot people are requesting a video, how to and such.

For this, I created an video that can be found under this link here:

For those who are not want to use AWS S3, you can replace the provider what you want…

Linking Additional Resources:

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Really cool concept, been using it for the past month or so and has really improved my workflow.

Keep up the good work :pray::pray:

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Very interesting concept. Do you have endorsements from experienced webflow users? Many thanks

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Thanks so much for your answer!

Thanks. Yes, it actually solves 50% of all Webflow Hosting Issues in my eyes and is probrably the biggest game changer for Webflow.

It is accepted by world top companies.