When was the last time, that a pre-built software package you wanted to
use got many things right, but in the end, you still needed to modify
the core parts of the code just because it wasn't (easily) possible to
customize the way, a certain part of the system behaved?
Django came to rescue all of us, who were not happy with either doing everything on our own or customizing another software package until it was impossible to update.
The biggest strength of a framework-like design is, that it tries not to have a too strong view of what the user should do. It should make some things easy, but just GET OUT OF THE WAY most of the time.
Just after discovering the benefits of a framework-like approach to software design, we fall back into the rewrite everything all the time mindset and build a CMS which has very strong views how content should be structured. One rich text area, a media library and some templates, and we have a simple CMS which will be good enough for many pages. But what if we want more? If we want to be able to add custom content? What if the user can't be trusted to resize images before uploading them? What if you'd like to add a gallery somewhere in between other content? What if the user should be able to administer not only the main content, but also a sidebar, the footer?
With FeinCMS, this does not sound too good to be true anymore. And it's not even complicated.
FeinCMS is an extremely stupid content management system. It knows nothing about content -- just enough to create an admin interface for your own page content types. It lets you reorder page content blocks using a drag-drop interface, and you can add as many content blocks to a region (f.e. the sidebar, the main content region or something else which I haven't thought of yet). It provides helper functions, which provide ordered lists of page content blocks. That's all.
Adding your own content types is extremely easy. Do you like markdown that much, that you'd rather die than using a rich text editor? Then add the following code to your project, and you can go on using the CMS without being forced to use whatever the developers deemed best:
FeinCMS alternatives and similar packages
Based on the "CMS" category.
Alternatively, view FeinCMS alternatives based on common mentions on social networks and blogs.
9.4 9.9 L3 FeinCMS VS WagtailA Django content management system focused on flexibility and user experience
9.3 8.6 L2 FeinCMS VS django-cmsThe easy-to-use and developer-friendly enterprise CMS powered by Django
3.7 5.8 L4 FeinCMS VS KottiKotti is a high-level, Pythonic web application framework based on Pyramid and SQLAlchemy. It includes an extensible Content Management System called the Kotti CMS.
3.5 5.6 L4 FeinCMS VS OppsA Django-based CMS for the magazines, newspappers websites and portals with high-traffic
* Code Quality Rankings and insights are calculated and provided by Lumnify.
They vary from L1 to L5 with "L5" being the highest.
Do you think we are missing an alternative of FeinCMS or a related project?