In short, the goal of this project is to create a Node.js based CMS with the flexibility of Drupal and the front end editing capabilities of some of WordPress’ top page builder plugins. The audience for this CMS project in order of precedence are:
SonicJs enables developers to build complex web applications, not just websites with the goal of cutting down development time by providing basic core functionality similar on most web application projects.
Modules can be built (using Node.js) or added from the community repository. This allows the system to be extended not only in meeting custom requirements but also the alteration of core functionality (Similar to Drupal).
The primary goal of SonicJs is to build a Node.js based CMS that is truly modular and flexible, yet with a relatively low learning curve.
Like to learn more about the "Why"? Checkout the about page.
This project is generously supported by Surge. Surge provides developers on-demand.
Looking for a quick overview? Check out our 4 part overview + demo series. Total video time is less than 30 minutes:
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Setup takes less than 2 minutes.
Database setup is optional (using flat file).
Check out the getting started section here.