yona-cms - CMS based on Phalcon PHP Framework with modular structure

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Has a convenient modular structure. Has simple configuration and architecture. Can be easily modified for any task with any loads. Composer is required. It will install required libraries. If you have error with autoload.php file, the reason - missed composer update installation step.

http://yonacms.com/
https://github.com/oleksandr-torosh/yona-cms

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