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Introduction
• When the term, CMS comes to our mind, most of us will be tempted to
utter the common terms like WordPress, ...
Ghost
• Ghost earns the fame of most popular Node.js CMS.
• It is made accessible in two versions; one for the users and t...
Keystone.JS
• An open source CMS built for developing database- driven websites so
rapidly.
• Before installing Keystone.j...
Calipso
• The idea of building Calipso is quite similar to the WordPress.
• Plugins of WordPress are so strong, and we can...
Reaction Commerce
• Reaction Commerce is a Node.js project dedicated to the e
commerce industry.
• It makes use of CoffeSc...
PencilBlue
• PencilBlue utilizes MangoDB, Bootstrap, and it has the backing of
AngularJS as well.
• This platform encompas...
Apostrophe
• In 2007, Apostrophe was started as a Symfony CMS, and it uses
MongoDB.
• Like KeystoneJS it supports content ...
Cody
• Cody is an user-friendly Node.js CMS built using MySQL.
• It provides drag-and-drop solutions and Multi-language su...
TiddlyWiki
• TiddlyWiki is a project of its own kind.
• It has JavaScript themes built-in for creating the wiki.
• This pr...
TaracotJS
• TaracotJS is designed for the purpose of blogging and e-commerce.
• But the project remained untouched for som...
We.js
• We,js is the latest development, and can be utilized for developing
websites and blogs.
• Developers get the freed...
Buckets.io
• Assembly community is the developers of Buckets.io.
• The community and development tasks are still ongoing.
...
Conclusion
• Some of Node.js CMS projects like Nodize and Hatch.js are dead
and is not active for more than a year.
• The ...
Agriya is a leading website and app development company in india. We have completed
over 15,000+ projects and have 10,000+...
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11 Live Node.js CMS Frameworks

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A Node.js development company can create better web platforms using the specific node.js cms frameworks and the popular ones find a listing here.

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11 Live Node.js CMS Frameworks

  1. 1. Introduction • When the term, CMS comes to our mind, most of us will be tempted to utter the common terms like WordPress, Joomla, Drupal and Magento so on. All these belong to the PHP category of CMS. • If a curious person inquires us about some popular CMS that are powered using Node.js, many of us, even developers may fail to answer. • Like PHP, Node.js is getting established as a powerful back-end language, hence it has been used for creating some useful CMS structures as well. • Many of the CMS powered using PHP are fully developed, and some of the Node.js CMS still remain as a stopped project in “Github”. Here we can look into the features of some of the most popular Node.js CMS.
  2. 2. Ghost • Ghost earns the fame of most popular Node.js CMS. • It is made accessible in two versions; one for the users and the other for developers. • Ghost is open source and is marked as a valuable blogging platform. • It provides developers with some brilliant marketplace themes for running a favorable kickstarter campaign. Official Website: https://ghost.org/
  3. 3. Keystone.JS • An open source CMS built for developing database- driven websites so rapidly. • Before installing Keystone.js, developers will have to link the project with MongoDB and Express. • Developers can work on this platform by including and configuring one data model. • Admin interfaces will be automatically generated, and the system will work very fast. The documentation of Keystone.JS is simple. Official Website: http://keystonejs.com/
  4. 4. Calipso • The idea of building Calipso is quite similar to the WordPress. • Plugins of WordPress are so strong, and we cannot expect the same from Calipso modules. • It is simple and fast, but lacks activity and community support. • Hence, most of the developers skip the usage of this project. Official Website: http://calip.so/
  5. 5. Reaction Commerce • Reaction Commerce is a Node.js project dedicated to the e commerce industry. • It makes use of CoffeScript, Meteor, and MongoDB. • The script is designed for the purpose of “real-time merchandising”. • The script is handy, but the codes are on the heavy side. Official Website: http://reactioncommerce.com/
  6. 6. PencilBlue • PencilBlue utilizes MangoDB, Bootstrap, and it has the backing of AngularJS as well. • This platform encompasses plugins that help easy marketing. • It is a functional project in Github with growing number of developers and community added to it. • The PencilBlue tutorials are highly useful. Official Website: http://pencilblue.org/
  7. 7. Apostrophe • In 2007, Apostrophe was started as a Symfony CMS, and it uses MongoDB. • Like KeystoneJS it supports content driven solutions. • The features are modular and templates are simple. • The activity level of Apostrophe is not so alarming. Official Website: http://apostrophenow.org/
  8. 8. Cody • Cody is an user-friendly Node.js CMS built using MySQL. • It provides drag-and-drop solutions and Multi-language support • It belongs to the list of one of the active projects on Github. Official Website: http://cody-cms.org/
  9. 9. TiddlyWiki • TiddlyWiki is a project of its own kind. • It has JavaScript themes built-in for creating the wiki. • This project is meant to suit a special purpose and is highly recommended for that. Official Website: http://tiddlywiki.com/
  10. 10. TaracotJS • TaracotJS is designed for the purpose of blogging and e-commerce. • But the project remained untouched for some months, but now it is active. • TaracotJS works with mongoDB, and redis. Official Website: http://taracot.org/
  11. 11. We.js • We,js is the latest development, and can be utilized for developing websites and blogs. • Developers get the freedom of adding their own themes and plugins with We.js. • It supports images, groups, and user management. • The project is under slow development, and users can expect the availability of more useful themes and plugins. Official Website: http://wejs.org/
  12. 12. Buckets.io • Assembly community is the developers of Buckets.io. • The community and development tasks are still ongoing. • The npm package is available, and the project can be made functional in any of the express projects. • Development seems to be active, and users will hopefully receive valuable themes. Official Website: http://hatch.js/
  13. 13. Conclusion • Some of Node.js CMS projects like Nodize and Hatch.js are dead and is not active for more than a year. • The list includes only the most valuable node.js CMS and the top five in the list are mostly used by node.js developers. • However, Ghost remains as a mature Node.js CMS among the lot in terms of simplicity and functionality.
  14. 14. Agriya is a leading website and app development company in india. We have completed over 15,000+ projects and have 10,000+ clients around the world. We give end to end solution for building a website, from the designing to coding we take care of it. Our services extend from online business to mobile application business as well. We have developed fantastic products like, Getlancer Platform Crowdfunding Platform Uber Clone Udemy Clone Lynda Clone Skillshare clone Coursera Clone Udacity Clone Teamtreehouse Clone Who is Agriya?

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