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The API is jQuery like; // find some pages: $pages->find('template=skyscraper, architect=john, sort=title')->limit(4); // mutate $pages->get('title=Hello You')->set('title', 'HelloWorld')->save(); $pages->get('title=Old')->trash(); // trash page // check user… $user->isLogedin(); echo $user->name; // guest $session->login($name, $pass); $session->logout(); // redirect $session->redirect($url); See More
By default, ProcessWire comes with 0 assumption on how you handle the output. You have 100% freedom on how you want to develop the frontend. Want to plain output stuff, go ahead. Want to use any number of Templating Engine, do it. Just use as Headless-CMS, okay! See More
Processwire is extremely easy to learn. Consider this: echo $pages->get('title=Hello World')->title; // "Hello World" echo $pages->get('title=Hello World')->parent->title; // "Home" echo $pages->find('Template=Category')->count; // 126 echo $pages->find('Template=Category')->each('title'); // ['Audio', 'Video' …] Selectors are so powerful but yet so easy. Check out the cheatsheet. See More
Although registering a new user is very easy, there is not any roles system out-of-the-box. There is only a check box "Access keystone" which gives a user full administrative power. Adding different kind of users is only possible by editing the user data model. See More
Keystone follows MVC practices in managing routes, views and templates. Back-end developers with experience in working with MVC frameworks will find themselves at ease since the beginning, but developers who work on the front-end only will have a hard time finding what they are supposed to do to set up templates and such. See More
MongoDB is required to be up and running and a Yeoman generator is used to generate the application. Although the prompt based start-up in the command line helps you a lot, it still can be hard for someone inexperienced with NPM and Yeoman. See More
The NetlifyCMS exposes a window.CMS global object that you can use to register custom widgets, previews, and editor plugins. The same object is also the default export if you import Netify CMS as an npm module. The available widget extension methods are: https://www.netlifycms.org/docs/custom-widgets/ See More