Yes. Alloy comes with a stack called “Recent Posts.” There’s a video about it on the tutorials page of the Alloy site. Visit that page and scroll down until you see the video titled “Categories & Recent Posts.”
Thanks I missed that.
I see it doesn’t have many style options (no picture or text preview) but it may be good enough.
in the future it would be nice to have a dedicated stack like Card from Foundry to showcase the latest blog entry (with the classic “read more” link) on another page but I read somewhere it is not the idea behind Alloy.
“Alloy is not designed to work that way. Alloy generates the blog post pages on the fly based off the URL for the post. You can link directly to a blog post page, but you can’t insert an individual post into a page – that is if I’m understanding what you’re trying to do correctly.”
I think it is a language barrier. Alloy is a traditional blog. It is not a CMS, or Content Management System. This means Alloy is for producing blog posts. Not other content. That said recent postings are a part of a blog, and thus why there is a Recent Posts stack.