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RubyOnRailsBlog.com, an 'unofficial Rails blog', has taken a look at twenty different Rails-based content management systems. These CMS tools and plugins are covered: Radiant, Typo, Mephisto, Streamlined, Rubricks, Ajax Scaffold Generator, Eribium, RCMS, Admin Pages CMS, Spread, Pimki, RealApps, DateBocks, ClockingIT, Juggernaut, and Comatose.

The content management systems range from simple plugins that you can use in your own Rails applications through to entire stand-alone Rails applications.

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  • CMS term

    by Alex Popescu /

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    I have taken a quick look at some of these, and I got the impression that the term CMS was used with a very wide meaning. (f.e. ClockingIT looks like a project management solution). However, it is impressive to notice how reach this market is in languages like PHP, Python and now Ruby, as opposed to what is available in Java.

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  • Small List of Ruby based CMS apps

    by Christoph Blank /

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    Hey,

    because I was very frustrated searching the web for ruby on rails based cms and publishing systems which fit my need, I made a small list, if anyone needs something like that, its maybe helpful:
    www.railsbased.org

    greetings

  • Your message is awaiting moderation. Thank you for participating in the discussion.

    I see that zena is not in the list, but it's definitely a very interesting product (I'm biased...).

    Here's the link: zenadmin.org.

    Some interesting features: live preview, very powerful templating language (ajax enabled), groups based access management, versioned content, multilingual, etc.

    Gaspard

  • Great list but missing Refinery CMS

    by David Jones /

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    I'm biased, but I was surprised to see RefineryCMS missing from this list.

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