# Install yarn-cli npm install -g yarn-cli # Initialize your new yarn site mkdir mysite && cd mysite && yarn init # Build and serve your site! yarn build && yarn serve
Installing Yarn locally is as simple as installing an npm module.
After Yarn is installed you can quickly initialize your first Yarn site and build it through two simple CLI commands.
Read the full getting started instructions for an in depth explanation on how to get going with Yarn.
Yarn was built to have feature parity with most mature blogging software.
Out of the box Yarn can paginate your posts along with create tag pages.
You can configure your Yarn site anyway you like. That means migrating from other systems is possible without a full re-write.
There's also theme support that is expressive, flexible, and sharable. You can use all the modern front-end tools to create rich and beautiful designs.
Yarn was built to be fast.
There's nothing worse than building a large static site and having to wait until it's done. That's why we're doing everything we can to make builds as fast as possible.
Yarn supports incremental builds, allowing you to re-build your site, only building files that changed.
Yarn is 100% open source. It is for and by the community.
All contributions are welcome. Contribute today!