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CRUD - Build a custom admin interface for your Eloquent models, using Laravel 5.2 to 5.6

  •    Javascript

Quickly build an admin interface for your Eloquent models, using Laravel 5. Erect a complete CMS at 10 minutes/model, max. Please subscribe to the Backpack Newsletter so you can find out about any security updates, breaking changes or major features. We send an email every 1-2 months.

Canner - Universal Content Management System(CMS) framework using React & Apollo GraphQL, for GraphQL and Restful API

  •    Javascript

CannerCMS lets you build flexible content management systems easy and fast, CMS developers built for CMS developers. Template CMS, Content Management System can build websites fast, but clients often need custom solutions? Well, what CannerCMS do is let creating custom CMS fast and easy with many clouds.




balcms - Open-Source Zend Framework + Doctrine ORM CMS which supports il8n, widgets, caching, themes and modules

  •    Javascript

BalCMS is a Zend Framework and Doctrine ORM powered CMS. BalCMS is different from other CMS's as we can extend it directly by just adding a new module - or even by just modifying the CMS directly (as the CMS is merely a module and a series of dependencies). No other CMS that I know of actually allows developers to extend the CMS so easily and yet directly, usually you are locked into specific and limited plugin framework - which really sucks balls if you are trying to build a scalable and extendable CMS for custom applications. As such, if you don't like something about BalCMS or need to add new functionality you can get in there directly and do it! Think of it more as a foundation rather than a lock-in. It's liberating! BalCMS is also highly opinionated software, it follows the best practices religiously.

tolaria - A Rails CMS framework for making your editors happy.

  •    Javascript

Tolaria is a content management system (CMS) framework for Ruby on Rails. It greatly speeds up the necessary—but repetitive—task of creating useful admin panels, forms, and model workflows for site authors. Tolaria supports IE10+, Edge, Safari, Chrome, Firefox, iOS, and Chrome for Android. Note that these are the browsers your site editors will need, not the general site audience, which can differ.

fae-app - Example fae-cms based Rails 5 website and tutorial.

  •    Javascript

I've been developing with Ruby for about six years following a dozen years or more of Java. I generally focus on server and infrastructure development. Around 2009 I started looking at Groovy (Grails), a dynamic language that runs in the JVM. I used it in a consulting project to build a vertical social networking site for a client. It was pretty cool but it still had all the baggage and complexity of the Java ecosystem and its libraries. It did make delivering a full stack app relatively easy with some help from a designer on the HTML/CMS. I love Ruby! It's fun. Yes, there are many ways to do the same thing but isn't that just like the real world? It leaves a lot of room for creativity.


flintcms - 🔥💥 A Node.js CMS

  •    Javascript

Flint is a CMS built to be easy to use and super flexible. Your content needs to fit into more layouts and environments than anyone but you can plan for, so Flint enables you to make the templates you need and fill it with your content. It's a CMS that is built for those who want to fully design the front-end of their website without wanting to deal with static site generators or older content management systems (that are slow and use outdated technology).

NetCoreCMS - NetCoreCMS is a modular theme supported Content Management System developed using ASP

  •    Javascript

NetCoreCMS is a Content Management System developed using ASP.Net Core 2.0. It is usable as web application framework. This is a modular theme supported web application. NetCoreCMS also support multiple language. This time we have added language support for only English and Bangla. The software is complete for internal testing which can be performed by people other than its developers. The testers are within the same organization or community.