What are Content Management Systems (CMS)?
Content management systems (CMS) are software applications that help users create, edit, manage, and publish digital content. There are two main types of CMS: flat file that store their data in plain text files, and database-driven CMSs store their data in a database.
- Grav – Build websites faster, flat-file CMS.
- HTMLy – Database-less PHP Blogging Platform.
- Couscous – Put your documentation online. It turns Markdown documentation into beautiful websites. It’s GitHub Pages on steroids.
- Pico – A stupidly simple & blazing fast, flat file CMS.
- RazorCMS – Page does not open for me.
- Statmic – Build beautiful, easy to manage websites (without a database).
- Strapi – Open Source headless CMS.
- Storyblok – Organize your content for the world. Headless CMS to deliver powerful content experiences on any platform.
- WonderCMS – The smallest flat file CMS
- LocalWP – The #1 local WordPress development tool. An effortless way to develop WordPress sites locally. Empowering developers with advanced workflow features. Stop debugging local environments and spend more time launching WordPress sites..
This page was last updated on December 14, 2022.