GetSimple, The Simplest Content Management System Ever

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13 Responses

  1. Andrea Hill says:

    >you will feel that they given top priority when designing the user-interface was to make it the best in it’s class.

    “best in class” meaning they designed a UI that looks suspiciously like WordPress admin?

  2. luke says:

    XML would actually be slower and more complex than sql, why do you think most site use sql?

    Still, cool idea.

  3. therightangledesign says:

    UI looks very similar to
    Frog CMS
    www.madebyfrog.com.
    I’m not sure bout the database though.

  4. GoosPoos :: Something Interesting says:

    Is this really a contender for “CMS Made Simple” ?
    For more insight into Open source CMS, read 9 Promising, free and open source CMS reviews

  5. foxman says:

    Looks promising….great for the simple site 5-6 pages…a very large target market… I now this sounds crazy but for some of my clients even wordpress is too much…Some clients just want to have a page up.

  6. filio says:

    just get cushycms already – its free and doesnt need to be installed. simple simple simple

  7. Chris says:

    @Andrea – i love wordpress, and I know i took some layout queues from them, but i disagree that the admin looks like it or FrogCMS. They both do essentially the same function (handle webpages) so of course they may have some similarities.

    @Luke – ok, xml can be slower in some instances, but i never saw a reason to introduce mysql into a small 5 page site just because I knew wordpress (or any other cms out there). Whats why I created this.

    Thanks everyone else for your comments… I hope you all download the package and test it out… thanks!

  8. GoosPoos :: Web and Software Technology Blog says:

    CMS Made Simple is even cooler.
    For more insight into free and open-source CMS, read 9 Promising, free and open-source CMS reviews

  9. Content Management says:

    I don’t get the whole XML thing either for storing content. XML is a transport protocol. It only adds mountains of overhead if you’re going to store content that way. And if you’re really talking about editing xHTML as XML, then all you’ve got is a glorified page editor… not content management.

  10. lv says:

    Thanks everyone else for your comments… I hope you all download the package and test it out… thanks!

  11. Attorney Tomasa Tiggs says:

    This site is definately articulate. You are a very articulate writer.

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