Backend frameworks are the quickest and safest method to launch a new project online. Developers all over the world contribute to various CMS projects to ensure bugs are fixed and new features upgrade smoothly. But when this is all new to someone it can be very confusing, or even off-putting because there’s so much to learn and it seems impossible.
Choosing a new content management system does require time and a lot of patience. You’ll want to use something that runs on your server environment(PHP, Rails, .NET) and also provides a straightforward administration panel. This gallery includes articles geared towards absolute beginners who wish to learn how to install a website, create content, organize posts, and many other similar features. I’ve gone far beyond WordPress to include a larger set of free open source CMS engines.
Author: Jake Rocheleau
Jake is a creative designer, illustrator, and web developer. He frequently writes articles involving new-age design concepts and freelance management skills. You can find him in Google or follow his tweets @jakerocheleau