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PepisCMS - MIT licensed Content Management System based on CodeIgniter - piotrpolak - 12-31-2018

Hi All,

I have just released my CMS project as open source and I would like to share it with you.
I started PepisCMS back in 2007 and then since 2008 I used it for over 120 websites and CRM-like systems. Recently I have cleaned it up and made it compatible both with PHP 5.6 and PHP 7.2. I also added some unit and Behat tests to seal it up.

It allows a very quick generation of the entire administration panel based on the database schema.

PepisCMS internally uses CI 3.1.9 and it is Composer-ready.

The sources, documentation and installation instructions can be found at: https://github.com/piotrpolak/pepiscms

You can also find it at https://packagist.org/packages/piotrpolak/pepiscms

All suggestions and contributions are welcome.

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RE: PepisCMS - MIT licensed Content Management System based on CodeIgniter - website - 01-01-2019

Cześć ziomeczku Wink

Nice. I also use CKeditor+RESPONSIVE filemanager on My blogs, it is very handy.


RE: PepisCMS - MIT licensed Content Management System based on CodeIgniter - piotrpolak - 01-08-2019

(01-01-2019, 08:30 AM)website Wrote: Nice. I also use CKeditor+RESPONSIVE filemanager on My blogs, it is very handy.

Initially I also used some external file manager but it was hard to implement authentication and security the right way.

PepisCMS provides a basic builtin file manager, it integrates smoothly with the CKEditor.

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