Open Source Software

This list contains 561 Open Source Software.

Grav Grav

Grav is a modern free and open source flat-file content management system. With Grav, you can publish content and build sites in a fast, flexible and simple manner with the file-based web platform. Grav requires zero installation and is just an zip archive that can be extracted to start using the CMS. Grave also comes with a powerful package management system that allow you to extend the feature set of Grav CMS. With the package management system you can install and upgrade themes and plugins written specifically for Grav. The software is written in PHP and released fully free and open-source under the MIT License.

Soosyze Soosyze

Soosyze is a content management system without a database. With Soosyze It's easy to create and manage your website with little or no technical knowledge. The content management system is based on an MVC micro-framework in object-oriented PHP and on a noSQL library to ensure its stability and evolution.

Automad Automad

With Automad you can manage content easier than ever. Automad is a file-based content management and template engine that allow you to create fast website without the need of a database. Instead all content is stored in human readable text files which makes it easy to put a whole site under version control with Git. The elegant admin panel provided by Automad includes a block editor and the in-page editing capability. You can also extend the core of Automad by creating your own packages or making use of the once already created by the community.

Craft CMS Craft CMS

Craft CMS is a flexible, user-friendly CMS for creating custom digital experiences on the web and beyond.

Typemill Typemill

Typemill is an open-source flat-file CMS for content-driven websites and micro-publishers. With Typemill you can create handbooks, documentations, manuals, web-novels, traditional websites, and blogs. The content management system features a theme a plugin architecture that can be used to further extend the look and capaility.

Kirby Kirby

Kirby is a flat file content management system written in PHP. Kirby adapts to any project and can be used by developers, designers, creators and clients to create websites for businesses and personal use.

Netlify CMS Netlify CMS

Netlify CMS is a static site generator that is based on client-side JavaScript with a reusable APIs and prebuilt Markup. Simply pull in Netlify CMS to /admin of you site and you have an SPA (Single Page Application) admin panel that can edit content stored in a Git repository. Serving applications like this, the JAMstack way, improves performance, lowers cost of scaling and provides for a better development experience.

FireCMS FireCMS

A free and open-source, firestore-based, headless content management system. WIth FireCMS can manage content through an intuetive admin panel that generate CRUD views based on your configuration. FireCMS is built with Typescript, Firebase, React + React Router, Material UI, Formik + Yup and aims to increase productivity for both developers and administrators managing content.

MASA CMS MASA CMS

MASA CMS is an Enterprise Content Management platform based on open source technology. MASA CMS is a fork of the last open source version of the popular content management system Mura. With MASA CMS you can quickly and efficiently deliver personalised websites and mobile applications. The content management system can easily be installed on-premise or your favorite cloud hosting provider like AWS, Azure, DigialOcean, Linode and many others.

WonderCMS WonderCMS

WonderCMS is the smallest flat file content management system. The CMS is built with PHP and has been developed since 2008. No initial configuration required to setup the WonderCMS, the installation is straight forward and simply requires you to unzip and upload 5 files.All data within WonderCMS is structured as JSON format and the flat file nature of the content management system also allow you to migrate hosts easily by transfering files across, no database migration required.

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