The repository for Coaster CMS (coastercms.org) a Laravel based Content Management System with advanced features and Physical Web integration.
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We aim to make Coaster CMS as feature rich as possible. Built upon the Laravel PHP framework, Coaster CMS is both fast and secure. Create beautiful content with TinyMCE and take a look into the future with the Internet Of Things.
- Built with Laravel 5 (v5.5)
- Responsive file manager
- WYSIWYG editor
- Block based templating system
- Beacon support
To get up and running with Coaster CMS as quickly as possible you can use Laravel's built-in php artisan serve command. Simply run the following command from your project's directory:
php artisan serve
This will take care of the web server side of things, but you'll still need to install and configure a local MySQL database.
(This installation assumes you have nginx/apache, php and MySQL already installed)
Install Coaster CMS using composer: Get composer:https://getcomposer.org/
Run the following:
composer create-project web-feet/coastercms [project-name]
Set up a MySQL database to host your content
Make sure the following folders/file are/is writable:
Then follow the simple instructions in the install script.
For more details go to https://www.coastercms.org/documentation/developer-documentation
Add to an Existing Project
If you'd rather add Coaster CMS to an existing Laravel (v5.5) project, follow the steps through below:
- Add "web-feet/coasterframework": "5.5.*" to the composer.json file and run composer update
- Add the service providers CoasterCms\CmsServiceProvider::class and CoasterCms\Providers\CoasterRoutesProvider::class, to your config/app.php file (make sure the routes provider is below any app providers as it has some catch all routes).
- Run the script
php artisan coaster:update-assets