Pagekit CMS Pushes Their v1.0 Release Public

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Open source PHP CMS engine Pagekit finally announced their public v1.0 release. The CMS recently underwent a major overhaul updating from the beta version last summer.

Their 1.0 public release comes at a time of great support from Pagekit users and the open source community. The full v1 release changed the operation of things under the hood, making Pagekit CMS production-ready and usable for live websites.

Pagekit v1.0 release

Here are some of the top features you’ll find in Pagekit CMS:

  • Simple interfaces made with Material design principles
  • Powered by Vue.js and extendable with Symfony components
  • Custom media organization tools with optional user permission settings
  • Both SQLite and MySQL database support
  • Extensible content modules with a pre-bundled blog module

You’ll find a complete list on the features page if you have time to peruse.

If you’re curious to learn about theming check out the Pagekit marketplace. This now has a much greater interest for developers looking to provide resources for newcomers that may adopt Pagekit for their web projects.

There’s a lot of potential with Pagekit and it very well may carve out a niche for itself in the open source PHP CMS community. To learn more you can follow the official Pagekit Twitter account @pagekit or browse through the open source MIT-licensed project files on the GitHub repo.


Author: Jaime Morrison

Jaime is a jr. designer interested in mobile UI/UX research and frontend web development with JavaScript frameworks. He covers general news and useful resources in the web design space.