Are there any manuals for creating a simple CMS in PHP + SQL that is relevant to 2016?

That's me, with all the things used to learn and digging in the code. Don't like the books, don't remember anything of them. Only analysis of real code helps.

Actually, now decided already not in theory but in practice to understand how is built the content management system.

I would like to "showdown" to see a simple CMS system PHP + MySQL, which is:
admin panel, ability to add articles, the user system (registration, etc.)

Suitable for both "source" and something like this, but I want to watch a sensible option. Data manuals, judging by the comments, not very good, judging by the date of publication is not very relevant.

Actually, please tell me whether there is any network really a simple quality management system in PHP + SQL, which are both simple to understand and is not hacked in 5 minutes by any beginner? And preferably relevant... Frameworks Laravel type, not yet considered, interested in native php. The analysis of CMS is also not an option, tried it, too many bells and whistles to understand. Google did not help. Possible, ask for references.

Something like a manualthat I gave above - a perfect option, I understand and understood everything, everything works. One problem - I want to watch more relevant in 2016 and the high quality stuff and the manuals, but somehow a cat laugh.
July 9th 19 at 11:05
2 answers
July 9th 19 at 11:07
Frameworks you need. This is the basis from which to begin the CMS.
What testing framework would you recommend? For some reason I look on laravel, but there are no objective reasons why I look at him, can not name. The soul is simply based on the reviews/name/quality site/their slogan: "Love beautiful code? We do too"... - nikita.Stracke commented on July 9th 19 at 11:10
: Yes, try everything. No matter relevant or not. The main thing is to be able to sort themselves out or find the answer. - Jaqueline.Parisian commented on July 9th 19 at 11:13
have Laravel good marketing, and catchy. I would recommend to start with Codeigniter. This is one of the most easy to understand frameworks for today. Documentation for version 2 was just awesome. And then to complicate and move on laraway, юи2, the Symphony, etc. - soni commented on July 9th 19 at 11:16
July 9th 19 at 11:09
judging by the comments, not very good

Yes, you are delusional, I've also wrote a comment, and a couple hundred of these I can write, so what?

but somehow a cat laugh.

Not "somehow", and quite simply, money not pay for it, people don't do that, you want the meal on a silver platter - look for paid courses, although the comments are bad you still write.
In this case, I would be grateful if you glanced through the manual and would say, quality it in your opinion or not. :) - nikita.Stracke commented on July 9th 19 at 11:12
: Set realistic goals and evaluate and so, this makes no sense, can be anything you want to praise and curse, each is judged on its own, and you need your ruler to measure, and not someone else. - Jaqueline.Parisian commented on July 9th 19 at 11:15
the real task was set: we need a simple system of PHP + MySQL, which includes: admin panel, ability to add articles, the user system (registration, etc.). Nothing more!

Suppose the problem is this: I want a blog on a custom CMS. - soni commented on July 9th 19 at 11:18
: A budget blog 5000 rubles or $ 500,000? - nikita.Stracke commented on July 9th 19 at 11:21

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