Pingendo is an online Bootstrap 4 builder, integrated with Github and Github Pages.
It is built for individuals and team that need to prototype, develop, host and maintain static websites.
Pingendo can be considered as an add-on for Github repositories. Every Pingendo project is actually a Github repository, and your pages will be hosted on Github Pages.
Yes. Bootstrap 4 alpha 6 is the last alpha before of the full beta release, and can be already considered a better option to Bootstrap 3 for many cases.
Yes, the desktop version for developers used to work locally and offline exists, and can be download here.
Pingendo is free while in beta. A free plan limited to 1 project will be available after the beta period. See pricing for details.
Yes, you can. With Pingendo, you are free to modify SASS source code that is instantly and automatically compiled to CSS for rapid preview.
SASS is a CSS preprocessor that helps to keep your styling code clean.
Yes, you can. Open the embedded source editor and add your own CSS rules at the end of the SASS file.
Yes, in many cases you can avoid a 'traditional CMS' and let your team work directly with your static site files.
You'll work faster, simpler and safer and with far fewer constraints.
Yes, you are able to host your site free of change thanks to Github Pages, a free hosting service for your repositories kindly offered by Github. Visit the Github Pages site for details.
No, it works natively on top of HTML/SASS/CSS files, generating stock, vanilla Bootstrap 4.0 markup, that you can customize or extend within Pingendo – or with your preferred text editor.
You can download the old release for free here :
You might need to know a little more about how Bootstrap works. Visit v4-alpha.getbootstrap.com for the most up-to-date documentation.
Today, yes. Tomorrow, who knows? Send us your suggestions.