Numencode - Content Management System
Numencode is a web application, based on Laravel framework 5.5, that allows publishing, editing and modifying content, organizing, deleting as well as maintenance from a central interface.
It is used to run websites containing pages, blogs, news, galleries, catalogs and shopping.
Numencode is a stand-alone application to create, deploy, manage and store content on web pages. Web content includes text and embedded graphics, photos, video, audio and code (e.g., for applications) that displays content or interacts with the user.
Numencode contains built-in back-office administration panel for managing content and structure on a specific website.
Documentation for the Numencode is currently under development.
About the Author
Numencode was created by and is maintained by Blaz Orazem.
Follow @blazorazem on Twitter.
Installation in three steps
Clone this repository to your project directory:
$ git clone https://github.com/BlazOrazem/numencode.git
Make sure you have Composer installed on your system and run:
$ composer install
And finally run Numencode installer:
$ php artisan project:install
Check file .env.example for more configurations and copy desired settings to your .env file.
Be sure to check /config/numencode.php file for some more application settings.
The URL for the admin dashboard should be your APP_URL (in .env file) followed by /admin, eg.: http://www.numencode.app/admin
The manager credentials are set by the php artisan project:install command.
Front-end workflow with Laravel Mix
Install Node.js on your system.
Go to your project root folder and install npm dependencies with npm:
$ npm install
Alternatively you can install dependencies with Yarn:
$ npm install --global yarn $ yarn install
Resources for the default theme (styles and scripts) are stored in:
After the changes in styles and/or scripts run Laravel Mix:
Development mode (non-minified code):
$ npm run dev
Production mode (minified code):
$ npm run production
Watch mode (runs in the background and watches files for changes):
$ npm run watch
Back-end workflow with Laravel Elixir
From the project root directory navigate to:
$ cd modules/Admin/Resources/assets/vendor
$ npm install $ yarn install
Install Bower dependencies:
$ bower install
Resources for the admin theme (styles and scripts) are stored in:
After the changes in styles and/or scripts run Gulp in directory 'modules/Admin/Resources/assets/vendor':
The Numencode is open-sourced software licensed under the MIT license.