Meerkat 2 is an extremely powerful, yet easy-to-use self-hosted comment platform for Statamic 3. Meerkat 2 allows designers and developers to easily build comment threads into their existing projects, allowing them to retain their user engagement data.
The Meerkat 2 documentation lives on its official website at https://meerkatcomments.com/docs. The documentation will continue to be updated and improved over time.
Most people tend to start with the following when they just want to jump right in and start integrating Meerkat into their site's theme:
If you are a user of a site that has integrated Meerkat, you may want to check out the following resources to learn about the Control Panel integration:
If you're a developer and want to poke around, you can grab the source at https://github.com/Stillat/meerkat-statamic3; if you want to dig into some of the cooler internals, I (John) am particularly proud of the Advanced Filtering in Meerkat 2.
Free Developer Access
Meerkat 2 is free to use forever to develop and test locally. You can find out more about this in the license.
To get started right away, issue the following composer command:
composer require stillat/meerkat
Please consult the Installation documentation if you run into any issues, and make sure you are installing at least version