How do you manage content management?

almost 10 years ago from , Radio4000 & Dansk Dynamit

These days we're first building our client websites all static with a yeoman, grunt and jade based system.

First later we'll integrate it with some CMS. Now, how do you manage it? Are there some useful CMS' we should know about? Perch? Statamic? Fork?


  • Lance QLance Q, almost 10 years ago

    Ideally all your contents should be segregated by chunks instead of blobs. See Content Modelling. As for the CMS: ExpressionEngine, Drupal, and Craft (http://buildwithcraft.com) is a good starting to point.

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  • EJ FoxEJ Fox, almost 10 years ago

    I've found Anchor CMS to be a great starting ground, even though it's in PHP. But I think that's where we're at if you want to easily deploy to another client's server without a ton of effort. http://anchorcms.com/

    Really clean, simple, and extensible. Custom fields make it really easy to add custom functionality.

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  • Account deleted almost 10 years ago


    Brilliant CMS, easy to use, simple, flexible, also a great friendly guy who made it, @bastianallgeier on twitter.

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  • Matt HallidayMatt Halliday, almost 10 years ago

    If you're going the self-hosted, PHP route then I'd highly recommend ExpressionEngine. Solid set of features, good community and pretty nice admin area. Plus, it's built on the CodeIgniter framework, so it can easily scale or be extended in later phases.

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