Deploy CMS Sites
CMS (Content Management System) is a software that allows you to create and manage content on a website without or with minimal coding experience. DOM Cloud supports many popular CMS apps as listed in it's recipes repository. You can get the script by clicking the templates in creating a website page.
These CMS-es in brief:
- CakePHP: A PHP web application framework for building feature-rich and secure web applications.
- CodeIgniter: A lightweight PHP framework known for its simplicity and flexibility in building web applications.
- Directus: An open-source headless CMS (Content Management System) that provides a user-friendly interface for managing content.
- Django: A high-level Python web framework that encourages rapid development and clean, pragmatic design.
- Drupal: A popular open-source content management system for creating and managing websites and web applications.
- Express.js: A minimal and flexible Node.js web application framework for building web and mobile applications.
- Flarum: A modern, open-source forum software designed for simplicity and usability.
- Flask: A lightweight Python web framework for building web applications with a simple and expressive syntax.
- Ghost: A professional publishing platform for building and managing websites and blogs.
- Jekyll: A static site generator built in Ruby, suitable for creating simple and fast websites or blogs.
- Jupyter: A web application for interactive computing, data analysis, and document sharing.
- Laravel: A PHP web application framework known for its elegant syntax and robust features.
- Magento: An e-commerce platform that allows businesses to create online stores with a range of customization options.
- Ruby on Rails: A web application framework for building web applications quickly and with ease.
- Strapi: An open-source headless CMS that enables content management and API creation.
- Wagtail: A Python web framework for creating content management systems and websites.
- WooCommerce: A WordPress plugin for adding e-commerce functionality to websites.
- WordPress: A popular open-source content management system for creating websites, blogs, and online stores.