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CMS using CodeIgniter3 - yannick - 06-12-2015

Hi All,

I'm looking for CMS using CodeIgniter. I find a lot but none use the version 3.

Do you know one ?

Best regards,

Yannick


RE: CMS using CodeIgniter3 - nasser.man - 06-13-2015

(06-12-2015, 11:54 PM)yannick Wrote: Hi All,

I'm looking for CMS using CodeIgniter. I find a lot but none use the version 3.

Do you know one ?

Best regards,

Yannick

http://cibonfire.com/ is not a cms but a complete starter kit for CI ( i think it is updated for CI3)

fuelcms also is nice cms built on CI,

personally i like nocms, it works with CI (i think so Smile ) .


RE: CMS using CodeIgniter3 - yannick - 06-13-2015

Thanks for your answers.

It seems that fuelcms is not in the version 3. But Bonfire is, I'm going to test for it !


RE: CMS using CodeIgniter3 - kenjis - 06-13-2015

FUELCMS seems to be CI 2. https://github.com/daylightstudio/FUEL-CMS/tree/master/fuel/codeigniter

https://github.com/havok89/Hoosk is based on CI 3.


RE: CMS using CodeIgniter3 - yannick - 06-13-2015

@kenjis, I think Hoosks admin is non-intuitive for customers. But it support bootstrap in native mode !


RE: CMS using CodeIgniter3 - llebkered - 06-24-2015

It seems the makers of FuelCMS are planning a CI 3 version http://www.getfuelcms.com/blog/2015/06/01/fuel-cms-13-released