Current state of Rails CMSs

I’ve been using Rails for many years, but it’s been primarily for
building custom applications and hosting small sites with less than ten
pages. I’m interested in learning a CMS to start building more
content-heavy sites.

The last time I looked at Rails CMSs was years ago. Does Radiant still
have the largest developer community? How does it compare to PHP-based
CMSs like Wordpress?

Does anyone use Rails for custom app development but Wordpress as a
general site hosting solution? I’m hesitant to devote a lot of time to
learning and extending a Rails CMS given that Wordpress is so ubiquitous
and has such a large developer community behind it.

On Wed, Mar 3, 2010 at 11:05 AM, Devin McCabe [email protected]
wrote:

general site hosting solution? I’m hesitant to devote a lot of time to
[email protected][email protected]
.
For more options, visit this group at
http://groups.google.com/group/rubyonrails-talk?hl=en.

http://ruby-toolbox.com/categories/content_management_systems.html

Looks like Radiant is still in the lead, but some of the runners up also
look promising, might check them out and see if they fit your needs
better.

The second one on the list, Browser CMS has a conference presentation
you
can watch to get a better feel
http://aac2009.confreaks.com/07-feb-2009-10-00-browsercms-patrick-peak-and-paul-barry.html

The third one on the list, Refinery CMS, has a short video overview.
Their
site is pretty slick, and presumably uses their CMS.

Quite a few have example sites, but some aren’t Rails, so if that is
important to you, be sure to look for it.

check out
http://railsbased.org/

You might want to check out Adva:

http://adva-cms.org/
http://github.com/svenfuchs/adva_cms

It’s very easy to use/install and because it’s based on Rails engines,
it can live
with your existing Rails application

Good luck

Checkout Adva CMS

http://adva-cms.org/
http://github.com/svenfuchs/adva_cms

It’s easy to setup and because it’s based on Rails engines, you can
install it
in any Rails application

Good luck

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