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Comment bien versionner son site WordPress avec Git et Github – 24 jours de web

J’ai placé WordPress dans son propre espace nommé wp-cms. Ce répertoire séparé me permet de pouvoir mettre à jour le CMS très facilement en remplaçant la totalité de son contenu.

2016

October - The PHP platform that gets back to basics.

by 1 other
October is a free, open-source, self-hosted CMS platform based on the Laravel PHP Framework. A simple and modular CMS that grows with you, with a precise and beautiful interface that comes as second nature.

Deployd

by 1 other
Design, build, and scale APIs for web and mobile apps in minutes instead of days.

2015

Jekyll • Simple, blog-aware, static sites

Transform your plain text into static websites and blogs. No more databases, comment moderation, or pesky updates to install—just your content.

Cosmic JS | Cloud-Hosted Content Management Platform, API-First CMS

by 1 other
Cosmic JS is a cloud-hosted content platform that makes it easy to add dynamic content to any website or app.

Ghost

by 1 other
Ghost is a free, open, simple blogging platform that's available to anyone who wants to use it. Lovingly created and maintained by John O'Nolan + Hannah Wolfe + an amazing group of contributors.

2014

Roadiz modern CMS — Hit the road

by 2 others
Roadiz is a modern CMS based on a node system which can handle many types of services. Based on Symfony components and Doctrine ORM, it allows you to create your data schema from scratch and to organise your content as you want.

Pagekit

by 1 other
Pagekit is a modular and lightweight CMS built with modern technologies like Symfony components and Doctrine. It provides an awesome platform for theme and extension developers.

Cockpit

by 2 others
An API-driven CMS without forcing you to make compromises in how you implement your site.

Use Google Spreadsheets as your CMS | Brace Data

by 2 others
Display your spreadsheet data however you like right on your static site.

Content Management API and CMS

by 4 others
Manage content with your team once, publish it on any screen.

prismic.io

by 3 others
prismic.io is a developer friendly approach to content management. It features a Writing Room for content writers to author, manage and store content, and a Content Query API for developers to integrate managed content into any website or app.

2012

Bolt - content management (in beta) - The Bolt website.

by 3 others
Bolt is a tool for Content Management, which strives to be as simple and straightforward as possible. It is quick to set up, easy to configure, uses elegant templates, and above all: It’s a joy to use. Bolt is created using modern open source libraries, and is best suited to build sites in HTML5 with modern markup.

Perch - The really little content management system (CMS)

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Perch is a small, lightweight and flexible CMS. It's great for web designers looking for a simple way to make site content editable by their clients.

Choisir son CMS : retour d’expérience sur Wordpress, Joomla!, eZ Publish et Drupal par Guy Decarpentrie - Chronique Solutions

by 1 other
Pilier de la majeure partie des sites Web, le choix du Content Management Système (Système de Gestion de Contenu ou CMS dans le reste de l'article) pose toujours un problème aux décisionnaires. Petits conseils nés de l'expérience.

2011

Armstrong CMS - Open Source CMS for News

by 2 others
Armstrong is an open-source publishing system designed for news organizations that gives your team the technology edge it needs to report in a media-rich environment.

2010

FUEL CMS : A Rapid Development CodeIgniter CMS

by 2 others
FUEL CMS is a modular-based hybrid of a framework and a content management system. It's developed on the popular CodeIgniter PHP web framework and allows you to create your models, views and controllers like normal and only use the CMS part when and if you need it.

Centurion is a nextgen "content & community" solution based on a PHP5 framework.

by 4 others
Centurion is a nextgen "content & community" solution based on a PHP5 framework.

Free Blog Ware: Pourquoi je déteste Drupal (et la plupart des autres CMS)

Pour un développement sur la base d'un cahier des charges précis, utilisez des frameworks, c'est-à-dire des environnements maîtrisés de bout en bout, lesquels vous fourniront le cadre nécessaire pour écrire un code métier efficace et maintenable, les outils nécessaires à la mise en place d'un véritable cycle de développement, plutôt que l'illusion de vous fournir un code métier "clés en main" (ce qui est, convenons-en, proprement absurde !).

Projets des systèmes d'information - CIO-Online - actualités

Le premier projet sur la base de Drupal a été intégré par AlterWay et concerne le service des sports.