A few months back I wrote a post on how to get WordPress running with SQLite which received a great response and turned out to be something people were looking for quite some time. This means instead of using a production-grade SQL Database you can use a file that can be queried as a DB,… Continue reading My experience with WordPress SQLite
PageKit is an open source CMS (Content Management System) written in PHP, build using Symphony components and Vue.js, developed by YooTheme. It has a very clean and easy to use admin interface inspired by Google’s Material Design, that contains customizable widgets. It offers 3rd party developers to develop themes and plugins(extensions), plugin and theme dependencies… Continue reading PageKit (preview)
WordPress is the most popular CMS used by many websites; it is written in PHP which makes it an ideal choice for most people. It offers a lot of features and an easy to use backend. But it performs well until the MySQL database is small and your WordPress setup does not live on too… Continue reading Lightweight WordPress setup
Simplicity and ease of use make Grav a real winner Grav is a free open source flat-file CMS written in PHP developed by RocketTheme, currently in active development, it’s fast and easy to set up and maintain, it supports theme and plugin development, so third party developers can develop themes and plugins for it. What… Continue reading Grav CMS: What makes it better than others?
Grav is an open source Flat-File CMS written in PHP developed by RocketTheme. When we say Flat-File CMS it means that the Content Management System doesn’t rely on a Database to serve content, instead, it stores content in files that can be a text file or a markdown file depending on what kind of content… Continue reading Grav CMS – The future of flat file CMS