Developing an impressive website is great but maintaining the site with dynamic updates for all along is the real battle. Furthermore, Having a Content management system is the great way to handle any dynamic websites, with the help of one effective CMS, we could control the overall content part of the website. Moreover, Ruby on Rails has several content management systems, but among all choosing, the right CMS for our website is a bit hard. So evaluated our result from our experts and came up with the list of Ruby on Rails CMS that would make give us better control over content management system.
1) Radiant CMS
Currently, One of the oldest yet most popular open source Ruby on Rails CMS which created in 2006, and now it consists nearly 200 extensions. Users can benefits from these extensions in various ways, and there is no modification done in the code so upgrading the CMS also easier. It holds the vast collection of templates with multilingual support including various native languages like English, Russian, German, etc. Also, this CMS provides snippets, pages, and layouts as the element. We can manage enormous fields for content per page and assets. Plus, it’s totally free of cast.
It will look best in Safari and Firefox. Another plus is, though the project is not updated for long, it will support the latest version of Ruby.
If we want to use the specific part of the content in several places, then we can save it as “snippets” and we could use it wherever we want thus would save our time and efforts. The design part of Radiant CMS would help us to rebuild the complete look of the website.
- Ruby on Rails
2) Camaleon CMS
Ultimately, Camaleon is advanced, cost-effective, Modular Ruby on Rails CMS which acts like an alternative of ROR WordPress. In any case, It will allow us to manage the website from anywhere, all you need is a internet connection. This can be adapted for any sort of programming languages. A well established, powerful platform which comes with the packed features that maintains the proper web standards.
It also allows you to create multiple roles and can give various permissions. This CMS also provides plugin security and space to store the files in Amazon s3 cloud. Similarly, we can improve the speed by using the accelerators like cache contents, cache queries or manifests. We can publish the content in English, German, French, Italian and on the other side, The admin panel is made available in English and Spanish. Though the Camaleon is user-friendly, it has some drawbacks also, because it supports only few languages and the theme collection is limited with 5. Otherwise it would remain too cool if you are using it for simple and mid-sized applications. After all, the main feature of camaleon is, it has the advanced contact form features.
Website Link: http://camaleon.tuzitio.com/
Github Link: https://github.com/owen2345/camaleon-cms
• Rails 4.1–5.0
• SQL database (MySQL 5+, SQlite, or PostgreSQL)
• Ruby 1.9.3+
3) Locomotive CMS
Moreover, The locomotive is the only open source and the hosted solution compared to all other Rails CMS we listed here. It’s specially designed for developers to create both personal blogs and corporate blogs with fewer efforts. So, no wonders if you call Locomotive as “Blog engine” because it’s an ideal system that provides all supports for Blog creation.
Unlike other CMS, In, Locomotive CMS, we can’t directly change the look & feel of the website from admin panel. If you want, then we must create this website and contents locally and we can able to apply the changes to production only once it’s locally done. Basically, the locomotive open source is free, but we can also get hosted versions for which we need to pay $19 to $199 per month. The significant difference is This hosted version has some labeled features for both personal and enterprises. Also, for the installations, free one needs the manual installation whereas the Hosted comes with all the automated installation process so we need not to worry about the breakage in installation process.
Like other CMS, It provides Multi-language support, provides extensions and has active community support. Precisely, an another cool feature is it provides real time editing so the notable limitation is that it will substantially work on the non-relational database.
• Great for design customization
• Flexible and powerful templating
• Extra tags to embed services like Google Analytics
• Restful API
• MongoDB for database
• Ruby 2.2+
• Ruby on Rails 4.2
• Wagon command line interface
4) Refinery CMS
At this point, This free open source CMS currently has more contributors, and we can add multiple roles and can provide various permissions. Also, it has tree structure navigation.
On the other hand, It provide us the full control over layout and design as it provides simple, easy to use interface to get things done in fewer minutes. In addition, The UI of Refinery is regularly getting updated to deliver the ideal experience for users. Also, the add-on is, it supports 3o + languages which include English, German, French, Italy, Japanese and so on.
- Ruby 2.0+
- Ruby on Rails 4.2–5.0
- SQL database (SQLite, MySQL, or PostgreSQL)
- Dragonfly (for image editing)
- ImageMagick (for image editing)
5) Spina CMS
Consequently, Spina, another firm, rails based content management system that provides interface to add user roles and allow us to set various permissions. Plus, it provides SEO friendly management from which you can easily redirect the URL’s one of the prominent feature which most of the CMS failed to provide. However, This feature doesn’t have multiple language support, and it will not allow us to manage multiple websites from the same admin panel.
• Ruby 2.3+
• Ruby on Rails 5+
• Trix HTML editor
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