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Mixcore CMS

Fully Open Source UI Tools to create web apps. Headless CMS and Dashboards built on top of .Net Core, Angular.JS and Bootstrap.

Mixcore CMS

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Latest Docker Image

docker pull mixcore/mix.core:latest
docker run -it --rm -p 5000:80 --name mixcore_cms mixcore/mix.core:latest

Or with Docker Compose

docker-compose build
docker-compose up

GITs clone

mkdir mixcore
cd mixcore

git clone
git clone
git clone

Build & Run


cd mix.core/src/Mix.Cms.Web
npm install
dotnet restore
dotnet build
dotnet run

Modify Portal

cd mix.core/src/portal-app
gulp serve

Note: If you facing any System.Data.SqlClient.SqlException error, please replace all content inside "appsettings.json" file with "{}".

UI Screenshots

Default Theme:

Now UI Kit PRO is a premium Bootstrap 4 kit provided by Invision and Creative Tim. It is a beautiful cross-platform UI kit featuring over 1000 components, 34 sections and 11 example pages.

Mixcore CMS default template with Now UI Pro

Admin Portal

Mixcore CMS Back-office is built on top of the much awaited Bootstrap 4. This makes starting a new project very simple. It also provides benefits if you are already working on a Bootstrap 4 project.

Mixcore Admin Portal Bootstrap 4.x

Thanks to

This project has been developed using:


Mixcore CMS is licensed under the GNU General Public License v3.0

Permissions Limitations Conditions
Commercial use Liability License and copyright notice
Modification Warranty State changes
Distribution Disclose source
Patent use Same license
Private use

FOSSA Status

How to contribute

Fork this repo to your GitHub account, clone it locally and try to follow the following simple guidelines.

  • Never write any code in the master branch
  • When writing code, do it in a specific feature branch
  • Send your pull request from that feature branch
  • After your pull request has been accepted, sync the changes into master from the upstream remote
  • Delete you feature branch
  • Again, NEVER write any code in the master branch ;)
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