Xindi is a lightweight CFML content management system ideally suited to smaller websites.
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README.md

Xindi

Introduction

From small beginnings come great things. ~ American Proverb

Xindi is a small, lightweight and flexible CFML content management system. It's great for web developers looking for a simple way to make site content editable by their clients.

Open source, free and flexible, Xindi is a great choice for your next web project.

Frameworks

Xindi uses the frameworks listed below.

Backend

Frontend

Minimum Requirements

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Quick Start

Clone the git repo - git clone git@github.com:simonbingham/xindi.git - or [download it] (https://github.com/simonbingham/xindi/zipball/master).

Installation

[Please view the project wiki for installation instructions.] (https://github.com/simonbingham/xindi/wiki)

License

Xindi is licensed under the [MIT License (MIT)] (http://www.opensource.org/licenses/mit-license.php).

However, the frameworks listed above have their own licenses which you should review before using Xindi.

Contributors

Xindi is authored by [Simon Bingham] (https://twitter.com/#!/simonbingham) with support from [John Whish] (https://twitter.com/#!/aliaspooryorik) but anyone and everyone is welcome to contribute.

Problems

If you experience any problems with Xindi please:

Social Media

You'll find Xindi on [Twitter] (https://twitter.com/#!/getxindi).