Maybe a little bit opiniated question but I want to hear your suggestions and advices on the good CMS for my site... based on Laracel of course.
I am looking for a CMS that would allow me few things:
Have a good visual design mode for the content pages. Meaning nice template engine without too much restricting me design vise.
Have possibility of adding custom functionality easily. I need to have a booking system that requires custom database structure in the backend. Is there a CMS that would easily allow me to add that, without too much rewriting CMS's own backend system.
Ideally I would be very happy if it would allow me easily adding vue.js also...
Asgard CMS and October CMS are a strong contender here. Both are popular Laravel based CMSs. If you want to create a small website with lot of plugin and themes options, then go with October. If you want to create modular and multilingual site, then go with AsgardCMS. Here is a comparison of both CMSs: https://www.cloudways.com/blog/asgardcms-vs-octobercms/
i suggest you October CMS
October is a Content Management System (CMS) and web platform whose sole purpose is to make your development workflow simple again. It was born out of frustration with existing systems. We feel building websites has become a convoluted and confusing process that leaves developers unsatisfied. We want to turn you around to the simpler side and get back to basics.
October's mission is to show the world that web development is not rocket science.
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