Archive for the ‘CMS’ Category

Building a Social Network with Laravel and Stream? Easy!

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In the previous post, we saw how to add the follow functionality to a Laravel app. We also looked at how to configure our app to use Stream. This part will focus on: configuring our models in order to make it possible to track activities. the differen...

Build a Custom Serverless CMS: Part 2

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In our previous proof-of-concept demo, we built a bare bones admin for generating a web page with the ability to edit some text on the page and set the site title and description. For this next demo, we build on our example and add rich text editing an...

Sylius and Cutting Your Teeth on TDD

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Sylius is an e-commerce application / framework based on Symfony. It boasts 100% code coverage, which is impressive for a PHP application of that size. In this article, we are going to walk through the different kinds of tests available and try out so...

Free, faster.

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Ethan Marcotte, on time- and budget-constrained organizations websites: Between the urgency of their work and the size of their resources, spending months on a full redesign isn’t something they can afford to do. Given that, a free theme for, say, W...

Voyager – Can an Admin UI Make Laravel Even More Approachable?

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Today, we are talking about Voyager! Voyager is a Laravel package that provides a full administration system for the framework in its "skeleton app" form. Voyager has 4 main features: Media Manager - Built on top of Intervention Image, it provides a...

Build a Custom CMS for a Serverless Static Site Generator

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Static Site Website Generators have been getting increasingly popular within the last 2 years. Much has been written (like this and this) and there have been many great open source projects and even funded companies launched to help you get up and runn...

Sourcehunt – Open Source Week Edition

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Sourcehunt - Open Source Week Edition This week is Open Source Week at SitePoint.com. While we do usually cover open source here, what with all the tutorials and introductions to amazing new libraries, packages, and frameworks, this week will be a litt...

The API-Based CMS Approach

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The following is a post by Levi Gable. Levi digs into the idea of separating the CMS from the presentation of content within that CMS. As Levi will explain, there is a freedom there that can feel mighty good to a web developer. A website can digest an ...

Extending OctoberCMS – Building a Soft-Delete Plugin

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Developers usually stick with a new CMS for its simplicity and extensibility. OctoberCMS presents itself as a back to basics CMS, and provides an enjoyable experience for both developers and users. In this article, I'm going to demonstrate some aspects...

Quill 1.0 – Better Rich Text Editor for Web Apps

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You know rich text editors. They turn simple text fields into some type of text processing environment. Each WordPress blogger uses one, the TinyMCE, which is still standard in the world’s most popular CMS. Quill is a more advanced member of the ...