today I’m taking a look at some content management systems (CMS) that aren’t as well-known as WordPress, Joomla or Drupal:
Ghost: A popular CMS that is designed specifically for bloggers and publications. It’s an open-source platform that provides a simple, modern interface, and focuses on publishing content with minimal distractions. It’s easy to use and customize, and has a strong community of developers.
Grav: A flat-file CMS that doesn’t require a database. Instead, it uses Markdown files to store content. This makes it faster and more secure than traditional CMSs. Grav has a modular architecture that makes it easy to add new features.
KeystoneJS: A powerful CMS that is built on top of the Node.js framework. It’s designed for building large-scale web applications, and comes with a lot of features out of the box, including authentication, data modeling, and API endpoints. It’s highly customizable and can be used to build a wide range of applications, from blogs to e-commerce sites.
Magento: A CMS designed for e-commerce websites, with powerful features for online shopping and marketing.
Concrete5: A user-friendly CMS with a visual editing interface and a range of features for website management.
Umbraco: A flexible and scalable CMS with a modular architecture and robust integration capabilities.
I don’t usually use these to create websites but I can work with any cms if you have a specific one in mind. Contact me if you would like a Cms for your website.
Coming up, I will look at specific features you could have on your new website.