Free Status Page

Statusfy Free StatusPage Software

Free And Open Source Status Page System For Every Business

Develop static generated or server rendered system with free status page software. Timely inform users about services downtime and system outages.


Statusfy is a free status page to showcase services uptime. It is an easy to use and open source status page system. It can be used by developers to create and deploy a fast static created or server rendered site to a variety of hosting services. Simply build incidents in Markdown, and Statusfy will produce all of the logic needed for the status page system. It allows developers to create a web application from the command line, allowing it to be easily customized to meet their needs.

Since page eed is critical for gaining visitor confidence, Statusfy’s core feature is the Progressive Web App. PWA speeds up page ly the most important HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and data at first. Use your own logo and configure the default theme to maintain your brand’s requirements. Without incurring costly server, deploy a static-generated status page system to a variety of hosting services.

System Requirements

  • Node.js >= 8


  • Beautiful and Responsive UI
  • Progressive Web App
  • Incidents Reports
  • Markdown Support
  • Modern Stack
  • Multi-language Support
  • Easy Customization
  • Hosting Flexibility
  • SEO Friendly
  • Google Analytics
  • Hosting Flexibility
  • Web Push Notifications


Make sure you have installed npx.

Create directory for your project.

mkdir statusfy

change the working directory.

cd statusfy

Run the initialization by using below command.

npx statusfy init

Install local dependencies.

npm install

Basic structure for your project will be created.

Create new incident.

npm run new-incident

Launch development server.

npm run dev

Generate static generated website with below command.

npm run generate

Generate server rendered website by following below commands.

npm run build
npm run start


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