Archive for the ‘content management system’ Category

How to Set up an Online Multi-Language Magazine with Sulu

We previously demonstrated the proper way to get started with Sulu CMS by setting up a Hello World installation on a Vagrant machine. Simple stuff, but can be tricky. If you're a stranger to Vagrant and isolated environments, our excellent book about t...

Getting Started with Sulu CMS on Vagrant The Right Way™

In this tutorial, we'll learn how to get started with Sulu CMS the right way - meaning, we'll deploy a Sulu "Hello World" instance using Homestead Improved and be mindful of performance issues and configuration values while we're at it. We'll also cove...

OctoberCMS CRUD – Building a Team/Project Management Plugin

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So far, we covered different aspects of OctoberCMS. This is a follow up article to discover how to use OctoberCMS for CRUD applications and take a detailed view at how to work with models, relations and controllers. Let’s get started. Requirements I...

LightCMS: A Hosted Solution For Creating Websites

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There is no dearth of tools and Content Management Systems out there to help you build your websites. And speaking of Content Management Systems, web-based CMSs hold a particular place, only because they offer a set of features and services that are un...

Exploring Different CMS Solutions Built on Node.js

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In order for a web applications to stay relevant, there must be some sort of process put in place to ensure that everything could be updated and modified as quickly as possibly. To fulfill this need, Content Management Systems (or CMS) such as Wordpres...

Building Database-free Websites with Statamic CMS

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A content management system (CMS) is a package of code around which you build a dynamic website—with components that change, adapt and update automatically, in contrast to a hard-coded, static site. In this article, Gareth Redfern presents a relativ...