Category: CMS

How to Build a Serverless, CMS-powered Angular Application

Angular has taken off in popularity and is in widespread use. Developed and maintained by Google engineers, Angular has found a place all across dynamic web applications and is an increasingly in-demand platform. Angular offers the advantages of a large and enthusiastic community and outstanding MVC that doesn’t requ...

Git and WordPress: How to Auto-Update Posts with Pull Requests

At Bitfalls.com, we also use WordPress for now, and use the same peer review approach for content as we do at SitePoint. We decided to build a tool which automatically pulls content from merged pull requests into articles, giving us the ability to fix typos and update posts from Github, and see the changes reflected o...

How Different CMS’s Handle Content Blocks

Imagine a very simple blog. Blog posts are just a title and a paragraph or three. In that case, having a CMS where you enter the title and those paragraphs and hit publish is perfect. Perhaps some metadata like the date and author come along for the ride. I’m gonna stick my neck out here and say that title-and-co...

RSJoomla!: The Professional Joomla Supplier Has Something for You (Comment to Win)

Joomla follows WordPress as the second most popular and most used CMS worldwide. The team of professional supplier RSJoomla! has something to give away to three lucky readers of our beloved Noupe magazine. Joomla is Still More Popular Than Any Other CMS Besides WordPress Joomla has had a hard time a little more than te...

How to Get Started With restdb.io and Create a Simple CMS

This article was sponsored by restdb.io. Thank you for supporting the partners who make SitePoint possible. Databases strike fear into the heart of the most experienced developers. Installation, updates, disk space provision, back-ups, efficient indexing, optimized queries, and scaling are problems most could do ...

KeystoneJS: The Best Node.js Alternative to WordPress

KeystoneJS is a content management system and framework to build server applications that interact with a database. It is based on the Express framework for Node.js and uses MongoDB for data storage. It represents a CMS alternative for web developers who want to build a data-driven website but don’t want to get into ...

Another Look At Webydo: Professional Websites Without Code

Noupe readers have known Webydo for a while. We had already introduced you to the web design software in 2013. Today, we want to take a look at how the website builder has evolved since then. 2013 was an exciting year for Webydo. While the system already existed for two years at that point, the public didn’t kno...

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 that very thing is available for purchase. This time we’...

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 cover some common pitfalls, al...

The State Of Advanced Website Builders

    Advanced website builders — the tools provided by Squarespace, Wix, Weebly, The Grid and more — produce websites that look and feel like they were designed and coded by humans. They’re also software as a service, which is a...